Harburg, E., Gleiberman, L., Russel, M., Cooper, M. L. (1991). ANGER-COPING STYLES AND BLOOD-PRESSURE IN BLACK-AND-WHITE MALES – BUFFALO, NEW-YORK. Psychosomatic Medicine, 53(2), 153-164. Data from a random survey of household residents in the urban area of Buffalo, stratified by race and education, showed relations between anger-coping styles and age-weight adjusted blood… Continue Reading Anger-coping styles and blood pressure in black and white males: Buffalo, New York.
Garibaldi, A. M. (1991). The educational experiences of black males: The early years. Challenge, 2(1), 36. Argues that education is the primary solution for improving the self-concept, academic ability, and economic solutions for young African-American men. Results from teacher and student surveys in New Orleans (Louisiana) indicate that much effort is required,… Continue Reading The educational experiences of black males: The early years
Holland, S. H. (1991). Positive role models for primary‐grade Black inner‐city males. Equity & Excellence in Education, 25(1), 40-44. School failure appears to be a major risk factor and harbinger of the crime, violence, and other disasters that often characterize the experiences of African American boys in urban America. Starting with the first… Continue Reading Positive role models for primary‐grade Black inner‐city males