Black and White Racial Identity Theory, Research, and Practice
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This book examines the major theories of Black and White racial identity. Moreover, theoretical perspectives that were originally developed to describe social fomentation have been updated and expanded to explain the role of racial identity in counseling dyads, social relationships, and groups. Measures for assessing racial identity are described. Original research addresses the relationship of racial identity to other personality characteristics such as value orientations, decision-making styles and counseling process variables such as satisfaction, counselor strategies, and client reactions. Part 1 presents basic racial identity theory and measurement issues as they pertain to individuals…
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, LLC
Publication date: 2/28/1993
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
|Theory and Measurement of Racial Identity|
|Introduction: Review of Racial Identity Terminology An Overview of Black Racial Identity Theory The Measurement of Black Racial Identity Attitudes Toward a Model of White Racial Identity Development Development of the White Racial Identity Inventory Psychological Correlates of Racial Identity The Beginnings of a Diagnostic Model of Racial Identity White Racial Identity Attitudes and Cultural Values|
|The Relationship between Black Racial Identity Attitudes and Cognitive Styles Practical Applications of Racial Identity Theory Counseling Attitudinal and Behavioral Predispositions|
|The Black/White Interaction Model Does Race or Racial Identity Attitudes Influence the Counseling Process in Black and White Dyads?|
|Black Racial Identity Attitudes and White Therapist Cultural Sensitivity in Cross-Racial Therapy Dyads|
|An Exploratory Study Applying the Interaction Model to Social Dyads Generalizing Racial Identity Interaction Theory to Groups Interventions for Promoting Better Racial Identity Development|