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Orginal Publication Date

1986

Journal Title

Explorations in Ethnic Studies

Volume

9

Issue

ees/vol9/iss2

First Page

34

Last Page

36

Abstract

The article by Keith D. Parker raises interesting theoretical and methodological questions, but this review focuses on the latter. The author is correct in his critical assessment of black self-esteem research (BSER) methodology. Projective measures have been used in most cases and questions have been raised regarding the validity of such self-esteem measures and therefore about the believability of BSER findings.[1] In addition, blacks and whites tested have not been representative of the general black or white communities of the United States, yet inferences to and comparisons of the populations have been made. Finally, studies have employed non-multivariate statistical techniques which have prevented the use of controls.

Rights

Copyright, ​©EES, The National Association for Ethnic Studies, 1986

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