Abstract

This qualitative study provides outcome data that documents shifts in self identity and in cross racial perceptions when historical and modern day white humanist Euro-American models are introduced to students in two pre-graduate level classes. Classroom facilitation about the models and their work provided positive archetypes to counter capitalist images that have traditionally been touted as this nation’s “heroes.”

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Humanism, Racial Perceptions and Identity Development in an Adult Classroom Setting: An Empirical Study

This qualitative study provides outcome data that documents shifts in self identity and in cross racial perceptions when historical and modern day white humanist Euro-American models are introduced to students in two pre-graduate level classes. Classroom facilitation about the models and their work provided positive archetypes to counter capitalist images that have traditionally been touted as this nation’s “heroes.”