Alphabetized List of Books, Articles and other Scholarly Works

Abron, J. (1990). The Image of African Americans in the U.S. Press. The Black Scholar, 21(2), 49-52

Aikens, C. (1971). The Struggle of Curt Flood. The Black Scholar, 3(3), 10-15

Akbar, Naim. (1991). Visions for Black men. Tallahassee: Mind Productions and Associates, 1991

Allen, E., Jr. (1991/92). Race and Gender Stereotyping in the Thomas Confirmation Hearings. The Black Scholar, 22(1-2), 13-15

Allen, R.L. (1995). Racism, Sexism and a Million Men. The Black Scholar, 25(4), 24-26

Allen, W.R. (1981). “Moms, Dads and Boys: Race and Sex Difference in the Socialization of Male

Children,” Gary, Lawrence E. (ed.), Black Men. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications

_____. (1985). Black student, White campus: Structural, interpersonal, and psychological correlates of success. Journal of Negro Education, 54(2), 134-147.

_____. (1988). Black students in U.S. higher education: Toward improved access, adjustment and achievement. The Urban Review, 20: 165-188.

Allen, W.R., Epps, E.G. and Haniff, N.Z. (Eds.) (1991). College in Black and White: African American students in predominantly White and in historically Black public universities. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press

Allen, W.R. (1992). The color of success: African American college student outcomes at predominately White and historically Black public colleges and universities. Harvard Educational Review, 62: 26-44.

Alex-Assensoh, Yvette M. et al., (2005). Mentoring and African-American Political Scientists, PS: Political Science and Politics, 38 (2): 283-285

Alridge, Derrick P. (1999). Guiding Philosophical Principles for a DuBoisian-Based African American Educational Model. The Journal of Negro Education, 68 (2), 182-199

Ampim, M. (1993) Towards An Understanding of Black Community Development. Oakland: Advancing the Research.

Alston, D.N. and Williams, N. (1982). Relationship Between Father Absence and Self-Concept of Black Adolescent Boys. The Journal of Negro Education, 51(2), 134-138

Alston, Harvey. (1994) Black Males: An African-American View of Raising Young Men. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co.

Anderson, Deborah J., John J. Cheslock and Ronald G. Ehrenberg. (2006). Compliance Gender Equity in Intercollegiate Athletics: Determinants of Title IX Compliance. The Journal of Higher Education. 77(2): 225-250

Anderson, E. (1989). Sex codes and Family Life Among Poor Inner-City Youths. ANNALS, AAPSS, 501, 59-78

Anderson, E. (1990) Street Wise. Race, Class and Change in an Urban Community. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Anderson, Elijah. (2009). Against the Wall: Poor, Young, Black and Male (The City in the Twenty-First Century). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press

Anderson, J. (1988) The Education of Blacks in the South, 1860-1935. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Anderson, M. (1993). Studyng Across Difference: Race, Class, and Gender in Qualitative Research in Stanfield, J. and Dennis R. (eds.), Race and Ethnicity in Research Methods, Newbury Park: Sage Publications, 39-52

Arminio, J. et. al. (2000). Leadership experiences of students of color. The NASPA Journal, 37(3) 496-510.

Arnold, M.V. (2001) Making a new way out of no way: Defining success in a young African American man. Dissertation Abstracts International, 61 (11-A), 4294).

Asante, Molefi K. (1981). Black Male and Female Relationships: An Afrocentric Context in Gary,

Lawrence E. (ed.), Black Men. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications Ashe, Jr., Arthur R. et al. (1990). A Hard Road to Glory: The History of the African-American Athlete, Vol. 1: 1619-1918; Vol. 2: 1919-1945; Vol. 3: 1946-Present.

Astin, A. (1977). Four critical years. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Astin, A. (1984). Student involvement: A developmental theory for higher education. Journal of College Student Personnel, 25(3): 297-308.

Astin, A. (1987). Chapter 6: Student involvement: The key to effective education in achieving educational excellence. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Astin, A. (1993). What matters in college? Four critical years revisited. San Francisco: Jossey- Bass.

Astin, A.W. ( 1993). Assessment for Excellence. Phoenix, AZ: American Council on Education & The Oryx Press.

Astin, A.W. (1999). Student involvement: A development theory for higher education. Journal of College Student Development, 40(5), 518-529

Austin, Bobby (ed.) (1992). A Discussion of Issues Affecting African-American Men and Boys. Battle creek: W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Austin, Bobby, ed. (1996) Repairing the Breach: Key Ways to Support Family Life, Reclaim our Streets, And Rebuild Civil Society in America’s Communities. Chicago: Noble Press

Bailey, Deryl F. (2003). Preparing African-American Males for Postsecondary Options. The Journal of Men’s Studies. 12(1): 15-24

Bailey, D.F. & Paisley, P.O. (2004). Developing and nurturing excellence in African American male adolescents. Journal of Counseling and Development, 82(1), 10-17.

Baker, D. (1983) Race, Ethnicity and Power. London: Routledge.

Barnett, M. (2004). A qualitative analysis of family support and interaction among Black college students at an Ivy League university. Journal of Negro Education, 73(1),53-68.

Barrett, Thomas Gregroy and Theophus Smith. (2008). Southern Coup: Recruiting African American Faculty Members at an Elite Private Southern Research University. American Educational Research Journal. 45(4): 946-973

Barnes, A.S. (1992) Retention of African-American Males in High School: A Study of African-American Male High School Dropouts, African-American Male Seniors, and White Male Seniors. Lanham: University Press of America

Baucom, C. & C. Lantz. (2001). Faculty attitudes toward male division II student athletes. Journal of Sport Behavior, 71(2): 223-246.

Beamon, K., & Bell, P. A. (2006). Academics versus athletics: An examination of the effects of background and socialization on African American male student athletes. The Social Science Journal, 43(3): 393-403.

Bean, J.P. & Eaton S.B. (2000). A psychological model of college student retention. In J.M. Braxton (Ed.), Reworking the Student Departure Puzzle (pp.48-61). Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.

Bell, C.C., Prothrow-Stith, D., Smallwood, C.S., and Murchison, C. (1986). Black-on-Black Homicide: The National Medical Association’s Responsibilities. Journal of the National Medical Association, 78, 139-141

Bennett, C., and Okinaka, A.M. (1990). Factors related to persistence among Asian, Black, Hispanic, and White undergraduates at predominantly White university: Comparison between first and fourth year cohorts. The Urban Review, 22(1), 33-60

Bennett, L. (1993). Before the Mayflower: A history of Black America (6th Ed.). New York: Penguin.

Benson, K. (2001). Constructing academic inadequacy: African American athlete’s stories of schooling. . 71(2): 223-246.

Berger, J.B. and Milem, J.F. (2000). Exploring the impact of historically Black colleges in promoting the development of undergraduates’ self-concept. Journal of College Student Development, 41(4), 381-394.

Bernard, J. (1966) Marriage and Family among Negroes. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall

Berry, D. Channsin (Director). (2008). The Black Line: Profile of the African American Man. [Motion Picture]. United States:

Bohr, L. Pascarella, E.T., Nora, A. and Terenzini, P.T. (1995). Do Black students learn more at historically Black or predominantly White colleges? Journal of College Student Development, 36(1), 75-85

Bolden, Tonya. (1999). Strong Men Keep Coming: The Book of African American Men. Hoboken: Wiley

Bonner, F. A. (2001). Gifted African American male college students: A phenomenological study. Storrs, CT: National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented.

Bonner, F. A. & Bailey, K. W. (2006). Enhancing the academic climate for African American college men. In M. J. Cuyjet (Ed.), African American Men in College (pp. 24-46). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Bonner, F.A, Jennings, M.E., Marbley, A.F., & Brown, L. (2008). Capitalizing on Leadership Capacity: Gifted African American Males in High School. Roeper Review, 30, 93-103.

Bonner, Fred A. (2010). Academically Gifted African American Male College Students. New York: Praeger

Bonner, W. W. (1997). Black male perspectives of counseling on a predominately white university campus. Journal of Black Studies, 27(3), 395 - 408.

Boothe, Demico. (2007). Why Are So Many Black Men in Prison? Memphis: Full Surface Publishing

Bowman, P.J. and Howard, c. (1985). Race-Related Socialization, Motivation, and Academic Achievement: A Study of Black Youths in Three-Generation Families. Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 24(2), 134-141

Boyd, H. (2007). It's Hard Out Here for a Black Man!. The Black Scholar, 47(3), 2-9.

Braddock II, Jomills Henry and Lv Hua. (2006). Determining the College Destination of African American High School Seniors: Does College Athletic Reputation Matter? The Journal of Negro Education, 75 (3): 532-545

Braxton, J.M., Brier, E.M., Steele S. L. (2008). Shaping retention from research to practice. Journal of College Student Retention Research, Theory, & Practice, 9(3), 377-399.

Brooks, Dana, ed. (1999). Racism in College Athletics: The African American Athlete's Experience, Second Edition. Morgantown: Fitness Information Technology

Brown, C. (2006). The impact of campus activities on African American College men. In M. J. Cuyjet (Ed.), African American Men in College (pp. 47-67). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Brown, T. L. (2000). Gender differences in African American students’ satisfaction with college. Journal of College Student Development, 41(5): 479-487.

Brownstein, A. (2000, November 3). Are male students in shorts supply, or is this “crisis” exaggerated? Chronicle of Higher Education, 47(10), A47-A48.

Bryant, A.N. Choi, J.Y., and Yasuno, M. (2003). Understanding the religious and spiritual dimensions of students’ lives in the first year of college. Journal of college Student Development, 44(6), 723-745

Caplan, P. (1973). Role of classroom conduct in the promotion and retention of elementary school children. Journal of Experimental Education, 41(1), 8-11.

*Carini, R. M., Kuh, G. D., & Klein, S. P. (in press). Student engagement and student learning: Testing the linkages. Research in Higher Education.

Carnoy, M. (1994) Faded Dreams. The Politics and Economics of Race in America. New York: Cambridge University Press

Carter, Lawrence Edward. (1995). The Crisis of the African-American Male: Dangers and Opportunities. Silver Spring: Beckham House Publishing

Cazenave, N.A. (1984). “Race, Socioeconomic Status, and Age: The Social Context of American Masuclinity. Sex Roles, 11(7/8), 639-656.

Chappell, Kevin. (2007). The Gender Gap on Campus: Fewer and Fewer Black Males are Enrolling in College. Ebony. 62(11): 130-133

Chavous, T.M., Bernat, D.H., Schmeelk-Cone, K., Caldwell, C.H., Kohn-Wood, L., & Zimmerman, M.A. (2003). Racial identity and academic attainment among African American adolescents. Child Development, 74(4), 1076-1090.

*Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac (2005-2006). The Chronicle of Higher Education, 52(1), 14-19. As retrieved from:

*Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac (1998). {Special issue}. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 44.

*Coakley, J. (2003). Sport in Society. Colorado: McGraw.

Cohen, G. L., & C.M. Steele. 2002. A barrier of mistrust: How negative stereotypes affect cross-race mentoring. Pp. 303-328 in J.Aronson, ed. Improving academic achievement: Impact of psychological factors on education. San Diego: Academic Press.

Coker, Angela D. (2003). African American Female Adult Learners: Motivations, Challenges, and Coping Strategies, Journal of Black Studies, 33 (5): 654-674

Comeaux, E. (2005). Environmental predictors of academic achievement among student athletes in the revenue-producing sports of men’s basketball and football. The Sport Journal 8(3).

_____. & C.K. Harrison. (2006). Gender, sport and higher education: The impact of student-faculty interactions on academic achievement. Academic Athletic Journal 19 (1): 38-55.

Comeaux, E. (2004). Black Males in the College Classroom: A Quantitative Analysis of Study Athlete-Faculty Interactions. Challenge: A Journal of Research of African American Men, 1-13

Constatine, M.G., Wilton, L., Gainor, K.A., and Lewis, E.L. (2002). Religious participation, spirituality, andcoping among African American college students. Journal of College Student Development, 43(5), 605-613

Crawford, Kijana and Danielle Smith. (2005). The We and the Us: Mentoring African American Women. Journal of Black Studies, 36 (1): 52-67

Crawley, B. and Freeman, E.M. (1993). Themes in the Life Views of Older and Younger African-American Males. Journal of African American Male Studies, 1(1), 15-29

Cross, Theodore. (1998). The Black Faculty Count at the Nation's Most Prestigious Universities. The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, 19: 109-115

Cross, Thedore. (1998). The Thernstrom Fallacy: Why Affirmative Action Is Not Responsible for High Dropout Rates of African-American College Students. The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, 20: 90-98

Cross, Thedore and Robert Bruce Slater. (1995). A First View of the Academic Performance of African Americans at Three Highly Ranked Colleges, The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, 7: 76-79

Cross, T., & Slater, R. B. (2000). The alarming decline in the academic performance of African American men. The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, 27, 82-87

Cross, Thedore and Robert Bruce Slater. (2001). The Troublesome Decline in African-American College Student Graduation Rates. The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, 33: 102-109

Cross, W., Parnham, T., and Helms, J. (1991) Shades of Black: Diversity in African American Identity. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Cuffee, Sallie M. (2009). Manchild Dying in the Promised Land: Strategies to Save Black Males. Sauk Village: African American Images.

Cunningham, M. (1993). Sex Role Influences of African American Males: A Literature Review. Journal of African-American Male Studies, 1(1), 30-37

Cuyjet, M. J. (1997). African Americans on College Campuses: Their needs and their perceptions. New Directions for Student Services, 80, 5-16.

Cuyjet, M.J. (1997). Helping African American Men Succeed in College: New Directions for Students Services. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Cuyjet, Michael J. (2006). African American Men in College. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Cuyjet (Ed.), Helping African American men succeed in college (pp. 65-78). New Directions for StudentServices, no. 80. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Dancy II, T.E. (2005). Madness or elitism? African AmericanS who reject HBCUs. Black Issues in HigherEducation, 22(5), 82.

Dancy, T.E. & Brown, M.C. (2008). Unintended consequences: African American male educational attainment and collegiate perceptions after Brown v. Board of Education. American Behavioral Scientist, 51(7), 984-1003.

Dancy II, T. E. (2010). Managing Diversity: (Re)Visioning Equity on College Campuses. New York: Peter Lang Publishing Davidson, M. & L. Foster-Johnson. (2001). “Mentoring in the preparation of graduate researchers of color.” Review of Educational Research 71(4), 549-574.

Davis, J. E. (1995). College in black and white: Campus environment and academic achievement of African American males. Journal of Negro Education, 63(4), 620-633

Davis, J.E. (2003). Early schooling and academic achievement of African American males. Urban Education, 38(5), 515-537.

Davis, Lenwood G. and Daniels, Belinda S. (1981). Black Athletes in the United States: A Bibliography of Books, Articles, Autobiographies, and Biographies on Black Professional Athletes in the United States, 1800-1981. Westport: Greenwood Press

Davis, T. (1995). Racism in athletics: Subtle yet persistent. University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review 21(4), 881-900.

Douglas, Katie Branch. (1998). Impressions: African American First-Year Students' Perceptions of a Predominantly White University. The Journal of Negro Education, 67(4), 416-431

Duderstadt, J. (2000). Intercollegiate Athletics and the American University: A University President’s Perspective. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Dyson, A. (1994) The Ninjas, the X-Men, and the Ladies: Playing With Power and Identity in an Urban Primary School. Teachers College Record. 96(2), 219-239

Edwards, H. (1984. The Black “dumb jock”: An American sports tragedy. College Board Review 131: 8-13

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Endecavage, C. (2000). The role of internal attribution and social support in the college success of African American males. Dissertation Abstracts International A60(12), p. 4339.

Engstrom, C., W. Sedlacek, & M. McEwen. (1995). Faculty attitudes toward male revenue and nonrevenue student-athletes. Journal of College Student Development 36 (6): 217-227.

Entine, Jon. (2001). Taboo: Why Black Athletes Dominate Sports and Why We're Afraid to Talk About It. New York: Public Affairs.

Eitzen, D. (2003). Fair and Foul: Beyond the myths and paradoxes of sport. New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc

Evans, Ian. (2009). Gentlemen of Quality: Young black men who are Upholding the Tradition of Achievement, Striving for Excellence and Battling Society’s Negative Stereotypes. The Black collegian. 40(1):61-64

Feagin, J. R., Vera, H., & Imani, N. (1996). The agony of education: Black students at White colleges and universities. New York: Routledge.

Ferguson, R (2000) A Diagnostic Analysis of Black-White GPA Disparities in Shaker Heights, Ohio. Washington, DC: Brookings Institute.

Fine, Elizabeth C. (1991). Stepping, Saluting, Cracking, and Freaking: The Cultural Politics of African- American Step Shows. TDR, 35 (2): 39-59

Ferris, Eric, Mark Finster and David McDonald. (2004). Academic Fit of Student-Athletes: An Analysis of NCAA Division I-A Graduation Rates. Research in Higher Education, 45 (6): 555-575

Fleming, J. (1984). Blacks in college: A comparative study of students’ success in black and white institutions. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Flowers, L.A. & Pascarella, E.T. (2003). Cognitive effects of college. Research in Higher Education, 44(1), 21-49.

Flowers, L.A., Zhang, Y., Moore, J.L., Flowers, T.A. (2004). An exploratory phenomenological study of African American high school students in gifted education programs: Implications for teachers and school counselors. E-Journal of Teaching & Learning in Diverse Settings, 2(1), 39-53.

Flowers, L. (2004). Examining the effects of student involvement on African American college student development. Journal of College Student Development, 45(6), 633-654.

Flowers, L.A. (2004). Retaining African-American students in higher education: An Integrative review. Journal of College Student Retention, 6(1), 23-35.

Flowers, L. A. (2006). Effects of attending a 2-year institution on African American males’ academic and social integration in the first year of college. Teachers College Record, 108(2), 267-286.

Floyd, C. (1996). Achieving despite the odds: A study of resilience among a group of African American high school seniors. The Journal of Negro Education, 65(2),181-189.

Ford, D. Y., & Moore, J. L., III. (Eds.). (2006). “Gifted Education *Special Theme Issue+.” Theory Into Practice.

Ford-Harris, D.Y., Schuerger, J.M., & Harris, J.J. (1991). Meeting the psychological needs of Gifted Black students: A cultural perspective. Journal of Counseling & Development, 69(6), 557-580.

Fordham, S. (1996) Blacked Out: Dilemmas of Race, Identity, and Success at Capital High. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Foreman, Faith E. (2003). Intimate Risk: Sexual Risk Behavior among African American College Women. Journal of Black Studies, 33 (5): 637-653

Foster, M. (1997) Black Teachers on Teaching. New York: The New Press.

Foston, N.A. (2004, September). Campus dilemma: Coping with the acute male shortage. Ebony. 59(11), 128-131

Franklin, A.J. (1999). Invisibility syndrome and racial identity development in psychotherapy and counseling African American men. The Counseling Psychologist, 27(6), 761-793.

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Freeman, K., and Thomas, G. (2002). Black colleges and college choice: Characteristics of students who choose HBCUs. In F.K. Stage, D.F Carter, D. Hossler, and E.P St. John (Eds.), Theoretical perspectives on college students (pp. 43-50). Boston, MA: Pearson Custom Publishing.

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George, Nelson. (1992). Elevating the Game: Black Men and Basketball. New York: HarperCollins Publisher, Inc.

Gibson, Camille. (2002). Being Real: The Student-Teacher Relationship and African-American Male Delinquency. El Paso: LFB Scholarly Publishing

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Giroux, H. (1983) Theory and Resistance in Education. New York: Bergin and Harvey.

Glassgow, D. (1980) The Black Underclass: Poverty, Unemployment and Entrapment of Ghetto Youth. New York: Vintage Books

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Green Tara T. (2009). A Fatherless Child: Autobiographical Perspectives of African American Men. Columbia: University of Missouri Press

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Hutchinson, Earl Ofari. (1997). The Assasination of the Black Male Image. New York: Simon &Schuster

Jackson, Cassandra. (2010). Violence, Visual Culture, and the Black Male Body. New York: Routledge

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Jackson, Jerlando F.L. (2003). Toward Administrative Diversity: An Analysis of the African-American Educational Pipeline. The Journal of Men’s Studies. 12(1): 43-60

Jackson III, Ronald L. (2003).White Student Confessions about a Black Male Professor: A Cultural Contracts Theory Approach to Intimate Conversations about Race and Worldview. The Journal of Men’s Studies. 12(1): 25-41

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Johnson, D., C. Hallinan, and C. Westerfield. (1999). Picturing success: Photographs and stereotyping in men’s collegiate basketball. Journal of Sport Behavior 22 (1): 45-53.

Jones, Lee (ed.) (2001). Retaining African Americans in Higher Education: Challenging Paradigms for Retaining Students, Faculty and Administrators. Sterling: Stylus Publishing

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Jones, Ricky L. (2004). Black Haze: Violence, Sacrifice, and Manhood in Black Greek-Letter Fraternities. Albany: State University of New York Press

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