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Influences of Ethnicity, Interracial Climate, and Racial Majority in School on Adolescent Ethnic Identity
Study examines the ethnic identity development of 252 adolescents. Analyses reveal that being a member of an ethnic minority group and interracial climate accounted for the greatest variance in ethnic identity development. Discusses implications for how these findings support multicultural efforts in public schools. (Contains 26 references and 3 tables.) (Author/GCP)
Author/Creator: Pellebon, Dwain A.
Date Published: Jan
Journal/Secondary Title: Social Work in Education
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