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Empirical Analysis of Racial Segregation in Higher Education
Peter Hinrichs (au)
This study documents how segregation between blacks and whites across colleges in the United States has evolved since the 1960s. It also explores potential channels through which changes are occurring, and it uses recent data to study the issue of segregation within colleges. Because there is so little existing evidence even about the extent of racial segregation at the college level, a study that thoroughly addresses this topic has the potential to uncover important facts that will help guide future research. The results of this study suggest that, by several different measures, segregation at the college level has declined over the years. Extensive bibliography. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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