Boys no more: a Black psychologist's view of community [by] Charles Thomas.


Beverly Hills, Calif., Glencoe Press [1971] .

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Subjects African Americans -- Psychology.
Noirs ameĢricains -- Psychologie.
Series Glencoe Press insight series.
Description 125 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The message and the mission: White racism; its roots, form and function, by J.P. Comer. Boys no more; some social-psychological aspects of the new black ethic, by C.W. Thomas. -- Science is a value judgement: General systems theory and black studies; some points of convergence, by C. Clark. The misuse of a so-called psychological examination for the selection of jurors, by C.D. and R.M. Boags. -- Helping the helpers: The changing image of the black American; a socio-psychological appraisal, by R.L. Williams. What counselors must know about Black Power, by K.S. Washington. The black quest for higher education; an admissions dilemma, by R.L. Green. -- Blackness is a tonic: Something borrowed, something black, by C.W. and S.W. Thomas. On being a black man, by C.W. Thomas.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)136533
(OCoLC)ocm00136533
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Thomas, Charles W., 1926-1990,
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