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Black American Males in Higher Education, Research, Programs, and Academe is a collection of 16 chapters where the contributing scholars examine the situation or state of Black American/ African American males in higher education, particularly as pertains to higher education environments and those programs and policies that affect them. Additionally, there are discussions of research findings and theoretical concepts that seek to provide explanation for observed outcomes pertinent to African American males in higher education settings.

Davido Dupree, Marybeth Gasman, Kevin E. James, and Margaret Beale Spencer, "Identity, Identification and Socialization: Preparation and Retention of African American Males in Institutions of Higher Education," In Henry Frierson, Willie Pearson, and James Wyche (Eds.). Black American Males in Higher Education: Research, Programs and Academe. (New York: Emerald Publishers, 2009).


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