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Asian Americans' and African Americans' Initial Perceptions of Hispanic Counselors
Study examines the effects of Hispanic counselors' race and speech accent on Asian American and African American students' initial perceptions. Results show that students' gender, race, and level of "universal-diverse" orientation, along with counselors' speech accent, predicted students' initial perceptions of the counselors and of the counseling relationship. (Author/GCP)
Author/Creator: Fuertes, Jairo N.
Date Published: Jul
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development
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