Taylor, C. M., & Howard-Hamilton, M. F. (1995). Student Involvement and Racial Identity Attitudes among African American Males. Journal of College Student Development, 36(4), 330.
Surveyed 117 African American males at 10 predominantly white universities to examine the relationship between identity attitudes and student involvement. Results indicate that greater campus activity involvement contributed to higher stages of racial identity development. Findings support the idea that a dialectical interaction exists between personal processes of ethnic identity development and sociocultural context. (RJM)
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