Minority Group Literature in Psychology and Education Journals 1952-1973

@inproceedings{Scoy1991MinorityGL,
  title={Minority Group Literature in Psychology and Education Journals 1952-1973},
  author={Holly Van Scoy and Thomas D. Oakland},
  year={1991}
}
Public policies and procedures as well as private attitudes and practices toward minorities are influenced in part through research and other scholarly activities. The judicial system, through which significant and often positive changes have occurred (Haveman, 1977), is but one of the many U.S. institutions that recognizes the importance of the social science literature in developing policies and rendering decisions. In his written decision in Brown v. Board of Education (1954), Chief Justice… CONTINUE READING