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African American and White Adolescents' Strategies for Managing Cultural Diversity in Predominantly White High Schools
Examined 3 strategies used by 77 African American and 138 White high school students to manage cultural diversity: multicultural, separation, and assimilation strategies. Discusses results in relation to forces supporting adolescents' strategy development and the implications of strategy use for adjustment in predominantly white schools. (SLD)
Author/Creator: Hamm, Jill V., Coleman, Hardin L. K.
Date Published: Jun
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Youth and Adolescence
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