Hall, J. A., Wiant, H. V., Jr. (1973). Does school desegregation change occupational goals of negro males? Journal of Vocational Behavior, 3(2), 175.
Instruments, designed to assess values which affect the motivation to work and aspiration levels, were administered to over 600 Negro male seniors in Texas high schools. Results indicate that the degree and duration of school desegregation these students have experienced, ranging from less than 1 to more than 5 years, have had little effect on work values and occupational aspirations. (Author)
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