A Leadership Profile of Disadvantaged Youth Based On Leadership Strengths Indicator
The Leadership Strengths Indicator was administered to 42 boys and 47 girls, ranging in age from 10 to 15 years, who were identified as disadvantaged by their qualifications for the free or reduced lunch fee. The students' scores fell within the normal range of scores. A significant difference was found on Cluster scale III, High Level Participator in Group Activities, favoring the boys. Slight nonsignificant differences were found between the scores on Clusters I, Enjoys Group Activities, IV, Journalistic, and VI, Courageous.
Riley, T. L.,
Karnes, F. A.
(1994). A Leadership Profile of Disadvantaged Youth Based On Leadership Strengths Indicator. Psychological Reports, 74(3), 815-818.
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