School counselors' ways of knowing and social orientation in relationship to poverty beliefs
Bray, Susan S.
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Bray, Susan S.; Schommer-Aikins, Marlene. 2015. School counselors' ways of knowing and social orientation in relationship to poverty beliefs. Journal of Counseling & Development, vol. 93:no. 3:pp 312–320, July 2015
The beliefs about poverty, ways of knowing, and social relationship orientation of 513 American School Counselor Association members were evaluated using canonical correlation analysis. Results indicated a relationship between the beliefs that poverty is caused by individuals' internal characteristics, connected knowing, and social hierarchies. A relationship also exists for school counselors who believe that poverty is caused by external factors, use a combination of connected and separate knowing, and embrace social equality.
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