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consistently higher than those for males, and Coloured male means were consistently lower than all other sub-samples.  Certainly further investigation of the characteristics of Coloured managers in SA is required.

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Hierarchical Cluster Analysis, Table 2, of the means for the sub-samples indicate that for this particular combination of gender x race grouping, the Coloured sample subjects were most dissimilar from the other samples as to preferred leader behaviours. The most similar grouping was Black Males with White Males and Females, a different result than that predicted by studies comparing only Black and White subjects. In Chart 1 we can see the large differences for the Coloured Male sample on every factor.

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Testing the hypotheses, the results of the race x gender comparisons varied across the factors 1, 2, and 9 indicated significant race effects; factors 2, 10, and 11 indicated significant Gender Effects; and factors 1, 2, 4, 7, and 10 indicated significant gender x race interaction effects.  These results lead to an acceptance of all three hypotheses.

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