Only Here for the Day : The Social Integration of Minority Students at a Majority White High School

@inproceedings{Holland2012OnlyHF,
  title={Only Here for the Day : The Social Integration of Minority Students at a Majority White High School},
  author={M Holland},
  year={2012}
}
This study uses qualitative data to investigate the process of social integration for minority students at a majority white high school and identifies significant gender differences in this process. At this school, integration is the result of processes that occur at two different levels of interaction. On the interpersonal level, African American and Latino/a males and females engage in very different integration strategies. Males are able to gain social status at the school through their… CONTINUE READING

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