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The purpose of this study was (1) to determine the effect, if any, that the race of the group leader(s) has on the improvement in intergroup attitude of racially mixed groups of elementary school children who participate in short-term group counseling or group contact activities; (2) to determine if racially mixed groups of elementary school children, who participate in short-term group counseling, make more favorable improvement in intergroup attitude than do groups of similar composition who engage in contact activities only.
OWEN, ISAIAH, "THE EFFECT OF THE GROUP LEADER(S) RACE ON GROUP COUNSELING UNDERTAKEN TO IMPROVE INTERGROUP ATTITUDE AMONG RACIALLY MIXED FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE CHILDREN." (1969). Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports. 9544.