A Comparative Study of Occupational Stress in African American and White University Faculty
This volume is a detailed comparative examination of occupational stress among African American and White faculty at predominantly white institutions. It is an empirical analysis of an empirical issue: the demise of a significant number of African American junior faculty who are unable to make it through the tough tenure and promotion reviews. As the survey shows, many in fact leave the area of instruction for administration early in their careers.
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TWO Stress Among University Faculty 21 y
A Special Case
FIVE Remedies to Alleviate Stress in the Academy 87 v
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1.1 University academic affirmative action African American faculty African American female African American scholars African American women American and White American faculty experience American female faculty American women faculty Black career Carnegie chapter College 3.1 college and university community service concern definition of stress difference of means disadvantages experience more stress faculty members Faculty Stress Study Gmelch groups HBCU's higher education higher learning hypotheses inadequate recognition institutions of higher issues job satisfaction job-related stress John Hope Franklin levels of stress literature matched pairs sample McGrath Mean Scores means test minority faculty National Faculty Stress NFSS occupational stress organizations of higher percent pressure problem professional professors PWI's questions race and gender recognition for community respondents Science Selye social sources of stress specific stress among university stressors technique University 2.1 university faculty W. K. Kellogg Foundation Washington State University White colleagues White counterparts White faculty White female York