The influence of proactive personality on social entrepreneurial intentions among African-American and Hispanic undergraduate students: The moderating role of hope.

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Leon Prieto
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The primary purpose of this study was to determine if a relationship exists between proactive personality and social entrepreneurial intentions among African American and Hispanic undergraduate students, and to determine if hope moderates the relationship. The findings demonstrated that there was indeed a positive relationship between having a proactive personality and social entrepreneurial intentions among students. Also, the findings demonstrated that hope did not moderate the relationship. The researcher concluded that it is likely that the moderated relationship was not supported because some students may not yet possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to create social enterprises.
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