Toward a Model of Social Influence that Explains Minority Student Integration into the Scientific Community.

@article{Estrada2011TowardAM,
  title={Toward a Model of Social Influence that Explains Minority Student Integration into the Scientific Community.},
  author={Mica Estrada and Anna Woodcock and Paul R Hernandez and P. Wesley Schultz},
  journal={Journal of educational psychology},
  year={2011},
  volume={103 1},
  pages={206-222}
}
Students from several ethnic minority groups are underrepresented in the sciences, such that minority students more frequently drop out of the scientific career path than non-minority students. Viewed from a perspective of social influence, this pattern suggests that minority students do not integrate into the scientific community at the same rate as non-minority students. Kelman (1958, 2006) describes a tripartite integration model of social influence (TIMSI) by which a person orients to a… CONTINUE READING
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