Journal of Blacks in Higher Education
Filed in Research & Studies on February 22, 2012
A new study appearing in the March issue of the American Sociological Association’s Social Psychology Quarterly, finds that highly educated Whites and Blacks are no more likely than their less educated peers to support race-based affirmative action in the workplace. The study is authored by Geoffrey T. Wodtke, a doctoral student in sociology at the University of Michigan.
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