Intergroup Attitudes among Ethnic Minority Adolescents: A Causal Model.

@article{Phinney1997IntergroupAA,
  title={Intergroup Attitudes among Ethnic Minority Adolescents: A Causal Model.},
  author={Jean S. Phinney and Debra L Ferguson and J. D. Tate},
  journal={Child development},
  year={1997},
  volume={68 5},
  pages={
          955-969
        }
}
To examine the influence of ethnic idenilty and intergroup contact on adolescents' attitudes toward other ethnic groups, we studied eighth and eleventh graders from 2 predominantly non-white school districts. Surveys completed by 547 adolescents from 3 ethnic groups (133 African Americans, 219 Latinos, and 195 Asian Americans) assessed in-group and out-group attitudes, out-group interaction, out-group contact, and ethnic identity. A causal model suggested 2 pathways leading to positive out… CONTINUE READING

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