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- KurzbeschreibungThe experience of racism is a complex phenomenon that<br>has been <br>found to have negative outcomes among African<br>American adults. <br>There has been a gap in the empirical literature<br>regarding the <br>effects that racism may have on children s<br>psychological well-being <br>and behavior. In an effort to address that gap, this<br>book examines <br>the relations among experiences with racism,<br>psychological well-<br>being, and behavior among African American boys. <br>Results <br>demonstrate that both personal experiences of racism and <br>perceptions of institutional racism related to<br>aggressive behavior. <br>Moreover, personal incidents with racism related to<br>self reported <br>internalizing behavior problems, lower self-esteem<br>and higher <br>levels of hopelessness. The results suggest that the<br>experience of <br>racism is a real occurrence for the African American<br>boys who <br>participated in this study and that racism was<br>associated to their <br>psychological well-being and behavior. The results<br>also illuminate <br>the complexity of the experience of racism. This<br>book should be of <br>interest to those in the psychological and counseling<br>fields or to <br>anyone concerned with the role of racism in the lives<br>of children.
- AutorVanessa Nyborg
- Seiten68 Seiten
- Gewicht118 g
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