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Positive self-identity for indigenous students and its relationship to school outcomes.

@inproceedings{Purdie2000PositiveSF,
  title={Positive self-identity for indigenous students and its relationship to school outcomes.},
  author={N. Purdie and G. Boulton‐Lewis and J. Fanshawe and P. Tripcony and A. Gunstone},
  year={2000}
}
The investigation described in this report was commissioned by the Australian Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs (DETYA). The aims of the project were to: define the concept of positive self-identity for indigenous students; identify the factors that contribute to positive self-identity formation; analyse the role of positive self-identity in affecting school outcomes for indigenous students; devise a working definition of positive self-identity for indigenous students; and… Expand
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