Master of Arts (MA)
Semester of Degree Completion
Barbara L. Poole
This article reports the results of a survey of individuals from Paris, Illinois. The survey was conducted in 1999 regarding their attitudes toward affirmative action.
Based on the survey research, the findings indicate that knowledge of affirmative action is a primary determinant of attitudes toward affirmative action. In addition, misperceptions about affirmative action also appeared to be a strong indicator as well. This study has implications for supporters of affirmative action as well as for the presidential race for 2000.
Morris, John Summerhill, "Attitudes Toward Affirmative Action" (2001). Masters Theses. 1570.