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Validating a proposed model of African-American students' social adjustment


Author(s): Schwitzer, A. M., Ancis, J. R., & Griffin, O. T.

Citation: Schwitzer, A. M., Ancis, J. R., & Griffin, O. T. (1998). Validating a proposed model of African-American students' social adjustment. Journal of The First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, 11(1), 77-102.

 

Abstract

This study examined a model that describes four features of African-Americans' social adjustment to predominantly White campuses. Multiple research methods were used to compare African-American and White students' social adjustment in order to determine whether the model is uniquely descriptive of African-American students' experiences. The authors found the model's features were not descriptive of White students' social adjustment.

 

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