Trends in Black Student Involvement. (Article, 2001) [Union University]
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Trends in Black Student Involvement.

Trends in Black Student Involvement.

Author: E Michael Sutton; Walter M Kimbrough
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:NASPA Journal, v39 n1 (Fall 2001): 30-40
  Peer-reviewed
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Examines trends in Black student involvement within traditional campus organizations at predominantly White campuses. Addresses the current state of the cocurricular experience for members of Black Greek-letter organizations as well as Black non-Greeks. Poses suggestions for practitioners to employ in order to increase pluralism within traditional campus organizations. (Contains 19 references and 2 tables.) (GCP)
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: E Michael Sutton; Walter M Kimbrough
ISSN:0027-6014
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 425581023
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Examines trends in Black student involvement within traditional campus organizations at predominantly White campuses. Addresses the current state of the cocurricular experience for members of Black Greek-letter organizations as well as Black non-Greeks. Poses suggestions for practitioners to employ in order to increase pluralism within traditional campus organizations. (Contains 19 references and 2 tables.) (GCP)
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