Design of a race relations course

Kranz, Peter L.; Lund, Nick L.
December 1998
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Dec98, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p271
Academic Journal
Provides information on the undergraduate race relations course `Human Conflict in Black and White,' designed by the Psychology faculty at the University of North Florida. Background and historical perspective; Retrospective study of participants; Results and implications.


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