Corpus ID: 10627417

Ethnic Identity, Gender, and Adolescent Attitude toward School: Adaptive Perspectives in Diverse Settings.

@article{Booth2014EthnicIG,
  title={Ethnic Identity, Gender, and Adolescent Attitude toward School: Adaptive Perspectives in Diverse Settings.},
  author={M. Booth and Erin M. Curran and Christopher J. Frey and J. Gerard and B. Collet and Jennifer M. Bartimole},
  journal={Mid-western educational researcher},
  year={2014},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={
          3-27
        }
}
The relationships between adolescent ethnic identity and attitudes toward school and school climate are investigated in a small, multiracial/multiethnic city in the Great Lakes region with ethnically diverse adolescents taught by primarily White teachers. The mixed methods investigation of 986 eighth through eleventh grade students during the 2010-2011 academic year suggests that the relationship between ethnic identity and attitude toward school is a complex interaction among individual… Expand

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