3 edition of experiment in modifying attitudes toward the Negro. found in the catalog.
experiment in modifying attitudes toward the Negro.
Fred Tredwell Smith
|Statement||New York, Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1943.|
|LC Classifications||E185.61 .S63 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 135 p.|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||76177777|
Full text of "The roots of prejudice against the Negro in the United States" See other formats. The psychology of the Negro; an experimental study, Contributor Names Ferguson, George Oscar, [from old catalog] Created / Published A first book in psychology, Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Contains bibliographies. Also available in digital form on .
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed., issued in series: Teachers College, Columbia University. Contributions to. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, Fred Tredwell, b. Experiment in modifying attitudes toward the Negro, by F.
Tredwell Smith. book, An Experiment in Modifying Attitudes Toward the Negro, described a program in which White Columbia University students had a series of positive weekend interracial social and intellec-tual contacts with Black leaders in Harlem.
Students who experienced this form of. book, An Experiment in Modifying Attitudes Toward the Negro, described a program in which White Columbia University students had a series of positive weekend interracial social and intellec-tual contacts with Black leaders in Harlem.
Students who experienced this form of File Size: KB. Editor: Pero G. Dagbovie A journal of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History.
An experiment in modifying attitudes toward the Negro, (New York, Teachers college, Columbia university, ), by Fred Tredwell Smith (page images at HathiTrust) Folk songs of the American Negro. (Nashville, Tenn.: Work Bros. & Hart Co., c), by John Wesley Work and Frederick J. Work (page images at HathiTrust).
Among books dealing primarily with the Negro has appeared: An Experiment in Modifying Attitudes toward the Negro, a Co-lumbia University Teachers College Study, by F. Tredwell Smith (New York: Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, ).
JOURNAL OF NEGRO HISTORY polemist, Mr. Joshi writes as a Gandhist, a Gandhist of I sayfor Africa has changed sinceand so has the Mahatma. If South Africa has been such a big question-mark country, Mr.
Joshi has succeeded in making it even more so, as if there were no possibilities for any solution. For he advances no. An experiment in modifying attitudes toward the Negro.
New York: Teachers College, Columbia University. New York: Teachers College, Columbia University. Google ScholarCited by: American Attitudes toward the Negro, Second Edition Published by the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture and the University of North Carolina Press.
Awards & distinctions. National Book Award. Ralph Waldo Emerson Award, Phi Beta Kappa The New York Times Book Review. Compared the relative efficacy of 4 short-term intervention techniques for modifying negative racial attitudes in White 2nd and 5th graders in 2 city and suburban schools.
The Contact Hypothesis has long been considered one of psychology’s most effective strategies for improving intergroup relations. In this article, we review the history of the development of the Contact Hypothesis, and then we examine recent developments in this by: The psychology of the Negro; an experimental study and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.
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The psychology of the Negro; an experimental study1/5(1). attitude toward the Negro because of the Negro’s degradation; secondly, that the prime cause of the Negro’s failure to rise more quickly is his wrong education in the past; and, thirdly, that his future rise depends primarily on his own efforts.
Each of these propositions is a dangerous half-truth. The supplementary truths must never be lost sight of: first, slavery and race-prejudice are.
Other studies have claimed that contact hypothesis is a very simple and optimistic and that contact would most likely gravitate toward hostility rather than friendship if two competitive parties were involved.
If groups with a negative outlook were brought together, it would lead to increases of negative attitudes rather than positive. A review of the literature reveals that until recently, studies of ethnic identification and preference have usually found a preference for majority-group members by both majority- and minority-group Ss.
Results have also shown a concomitant disparaging of minority-group members by Ss. The literature is reviewed by the major methodologies employed in ethnic preference by: An Experiment in Modifying Attitudes toward the Negro, PhD Thesis in the Library of Teachers College, Columbia University, Google Scholar THURSTONE, L.
by: A researcher is getting ready to gather data from a nationally representative sample of 5, Americans on their attitudes toward voting in local elections. In order to make sure our measures are reliable, we might gather a random sample of Americans and test the study.
This experiment was designed to investigate the effectiveness of "emotional" role-playing in modifying smoking habits and attitudes toward cigarette smoking.
14 women were asked to play the role.Full text of "The Philadelphia Negro A Social Study".In10 years before Sanger created the Negro Project, the ABCL laid the groundwork for a clinic in Harlem, a largely black section of New York City. It was the dawn of the Great Depression, and for blacks that meant double the misery.
Blacks faced harsher conditions of desperation and privation because of widespread racial prejudice andFile Size: KB.