Records that contain Keyword: Cross Race Friendships

Author Year Title
Chang, Mitchell J., Denson, Nida, Saenz, Victor, & Misa, Kimberly 2006 The Educational Benefit of Sustaining Cross-Racial Interaction Among Undergraduates
Cheng, Simon, & Klugman, Joshua 2010 School Racial Composition and Biracial Adolescents’ School Attachment
Ellison, Christopher G., & Powers, Daniel A. 1994 The Contact Hypothesis and Racial Attitudes Among Black Americans
Feld, Scott, & Carter, William 1998 When Desegregation Reduces Interracial Contact: A Class Size Paradox for Weak Ties
Goldsmith, Pat Antonio 2004 Schools' Role in Shaping Race Relations Evidence on Friendliness and Conflict
Hallinan, Maureen T., & Smith, Stevens 1985 The Effects of Classroom Racial Composition on Students' Interracial Friendliness
Hallinan, Maureen T., & Texeira, Ruy 1987 Opportunities and Constraints: Black-White Differences in the Formation of Interracial Friendships
Hawley, Willis D. 2002 Diversity and Educational Quality
Holland, Megan M. 2012 Only Here for the Day: The Social Integration of Minority Students at a Majority White High School
Jackman, Mary, & Crane, Marie 1986 Some of My Best Friends are Black: Interracial Friendship and Whites' Racial Attitudes
Moody, James 2001 Race, School Integration, and Friendship Segregation in America
Quillian, Lincoln, & Campbell, Mary E. 2003 Beyond Black and White: The Present and Future of Multiracial Friendship Segregation
Sekaquaptewa, Denise, Espinoza, Penelope, Thompson, Mischa, Vargas, Patrick, & Von Hippel, William 2003 Stereotypic Explanatory Bias: Implicit Stereotyping as a Predictor of Discrimination
Sigelman, Lee, & Welch, Susan 1993 The Contact Hypothesis Revisited: Black-White Interaction and Positive Racial Attitudes.
Slavin, Robert E. 1985 Cooperative Learning and Intergroup Relations
Slavin, Robert E. 1979 Effects of Biracial Learning Teams on Cross-Racial Friendships
Slavin, Robert E., & Oickle, Eileen 1981 Effects of Cooperative Learning Teams on Student Achievement and Race Relations: Treatment by Race Interactions