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Record identifier : 568362
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Reid, Karl W.,
Title and statement of responsibility : Black gold: Understanding the relationships between racial identity, self-efficacy, institutional integration and academic achievement of Black males in research universities [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Harvard University, 2007
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : eD.d.
Body granting the degree : , Harvard University
Summary or Abstract : African American college-going rates have been on the rise since the late 1960s. However, African American males are more likely than any other group to leave college. While studies have shown that collegiate persistence is predicated upon the quality of faculty and peer interactions, little is known about whether these interactions are linked to academic achievement for Black males attending predominantly White institutions (PWIs), nor is it understood how specific motivational and psychosocial processes facilitate their campus integration. This dissertation extends Tinto's institutional integration theory by asserting that African American males who perform well (and not just persist) are also integrated into the campus milieu both academically (faculty interactions) and socially (peer cohesion). It further hypothesizes that racial identity attitudes and self-efficacy beliefs moderate their level of institutional integration, which in turn influences their academic achievement..
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