Patterns of Racial Socialization and Psychological Adjustment: Can Parental Communications About Race Reduce the Impact of Racial Discrimination?

@inproceedings{Neblett2008PatternsOR,
  title={Patterns of Racial Socialization and Psychological Adjustment: Can Parental Communications About Race Reduce the Impact of Racial Discrimination?},
  author={Enrique W. Neblett and Rhonda L. White and Kahlil R. Ford and Cheri L. Philip and Hoa Xuan Nguyen and Robert M. Sellers},
  year={2008}
}
This study uses two waves of data to examine the relations among racial discrimination experiences, patterns of racial socialization practices, and psychological adjustment in a sample of 361 African American adolescents. Using latent class analyses, we identified four patterns of child-reported racial socialization experiences: Moderate Positive, High Positive, Low Frequency, and Moderate Negative. Experiencing racial discrimination was associated with higher levels of depressive symptoms… CONTINUE READING

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