Study of the meaning, experience, and effects of the Neighborhood Youth Corps on Negro youth who are seeking work / project directors: Melvin Herman [and] Stanley Sadofsky
- Corporate Author:
- New York University. Center for the Study of Unemployed Youth
- [New York] : [publisher not identified], 1967-1968.
- Physical Description:
- 4 volumes in 5 ; 28 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Herman, Melvin
New York University. Center for Study of the Unemployed
- pt. 1. Work attitudes, self-image, and the social and psychological background of work-seeking Negro young adults in New York City -- pt. 2. A follow-up study of work-seeking Negro young men who are not placed in jobs by the intake centers -- pt. 3, v. 1. Responses to employment by Negro young adults who have been enrolled in the Neighborhood Youth Corps for three months -- pt. 3, v. 2. Responses of the Neighborhood Youth Corps job supervisors to the Neighborhood Youth Corps and to the work performance of the enrollees -- pt. 4. Responses to the Neighborhood Youth Corps assignment, three months after termination, by Negro young adults who were enrolled in the Neighborhood Youth Corps for less than three months.
- Pt. 3, v. 2 issued by the center under its later name, Center for Study of the Unemployed.
Detached: A summary of major findings.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Reproduction Note:
- Reproduction (printout). University Park, Pa., The Pennsylvania State University, 1997. Stacks copy pt.1 reproduced from computerized image files.
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