The findings from the study indicate that organizational structure and Black leadership and/or traditional African American resistance forms (i.e. church, fraternal, and lived experience) are important to the success of these programs. Positive help-seeking orientation in regards to the program leader's views of stress management for self and the types of relationships are chosen by the program leaders are important to the overall impact of their program leaders network contacts. Clearly articulated male/female relationships are important for the overall success of interventions designed to support African American males. Issues of generational-connection, race, status, and gender are accounted for by these leaders of African American youth.(University. of. Southern. California). Doctorate of Education Program INFORMATION SHEET FOR NON-MEDICAL RESEARCH Social Capital ... ( Dissertation Chair) from the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California.
|Title||:||Social Capital Networks of Institutional Agents and the Empowerment of African American Youth|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|