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Black Women’s Leadership Experiences: Examining the Intersectionality of Race and Gender
In this article, the experiences of Black women educational leaders are highlighted to examine the intersection of race and gender in their leadership experiences and tease out approaches to gender… Expand
Developmental Education: Preparing White Campuses for African-American Students
- A. Marbley, F. Bonner, V. Williams, Pamela D. Morris, Wendy Ross, Hansel Burley
- 22 September 2017
Twenty years ago, in an interview, Keeter (1987) asked Professor Shirley Chisholm, the first African-American woman elected to the U.S. Congress and the first to campaign for the presidency, if she… Expand
Perceptions of interdependence and closeness in family and peer relationships among adolescents with and without romantic partners.
Adolescents' relationships with mothers, fathers, siblings, friends, and romantic partners are examined. Across the adolescent years, interdependence (operationalized in terms of social interaction,… Expand
Social Inclusion, National Identity and the Moral Imagination
How does the influential policy metaphor ‘social inclusion’ achieve its effects? To answer this question well, we argue that policy analysts need to attend to the intuitive-emotional, rather than the… Expand
Adolescent perceptions of reciprocity, authority, and closeness in relationships with mothers, fathers, and friends
Adolescents in Germany and the United States completed questionnaires describing reciprocity, authority, and closeness in relationships with mothers, fathers, and friends. Reciprocity was linked to… Expand
Paths to Successful Development: The role of ethnic identity in personality development
Environmental contributions to personality development are often overlooked, perhaps because of a tendency to focus on internal dispositions. Departing from this position, Kurt Lewin (1939) asserted… Expand
Assessing the Environment for Women of Color in Student Affairs.
A growing research interest in the area of women in academic administration and the problem of the low number of women in administrative roles, particularly the underrepresentation of minority women,… Expand
Real Cases with African American Clients: Reports of Racially Diverse Practitioners.
By calling attention to human factors such as cultural biases, mistakes made, and lessons learned from real clinical scenarios, these racially diverse practitioners use their counseling experiences… Expand
Chapter 2 Diversity in Sport: The Status of African American Female Head Coaches and Administrators in Collegiate Athletics
- V. Williams
- Political Science
- 7 September 2011
This chapter focuses on the career paths of African American women in collegiate athletics. Through a review of literature and policy analysis, three overarching themes emerged and is the focus of… Expand
How Leadership Development and Positive Mentorship of an African American Female Head Basketball Coach Have Had an Impact in the Lives of Her Players, Assistant Coaches, and Peers
Abstract The notion of whether athletics builds character among its student-athletes continues to be a strong debate among researchers, legislatures, and most particularly, coaches, athletics… Expand