• Sociology
  • Published 2011

African American Male Faculty Satisfaction: Does Institutional Type Make a Difference?

@inproceedings{Hooker2011AfricanAM,
  title={African American Male Faculty Satisfaction: Does Institutional Type Make a Difference?},
  author={Kendricks Hooker and Barbara Julienne Johnson},
  year={2011}
}
institutions in the United States and the underrepresentation of faculty of color in the professoriate (Allen, Epps, Guillory, Suh, & Bonous-Hammarth, 2000; Heggins, 2004; Ponjuan, 2006; Trower & Chait, 2002). For example, faculty of color represents 15 percent of full-time faculty however, people of color comprise 30 percent of the United States population (Chronicle of Higher Education, 2010; U.S. Census Bureau, 2007). Specifically, African Americans comprise slightly over 12 percent of the… CONTINUE READING

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