Self-social concept of young negro children

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Martha Pratt Campbell (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Helen Canaday

Abstract: The present research was an exploratory study to attempt to determine the interrelationship of some of the aspects of the self-social concept and to determine the relationship of the self-social concept to age, sex, intelligence, achievement, number of siblings, number of years in a preschool program, and separation from the biological father. The hypotheses were: (1) Age, achievement, and intelligence will be positively correlated with the self-social concept of the subjects. (2) The children will identify more closely with the mother than with the father, friends, or teacher. (3) Girls will identify more realistically than will the boys in terms of sex, realism of size and realism of color.

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Language: English
Date: 1970

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