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ERIC Number: EJ525496
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1995
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ISSN: ISSN-0022-2984
Correlates of Perceived Popularity among Peers: A Study of Race and Gender Differences among Middle School Students.
Kennedy, Eugene
Journal of Negro Education, v64 n2 p186-95 Spr 1995
Examines correlates of perceived popularity among black middle school students versus other groups. Survey responses from 24,024 eighth graders, their parents, teachers, and school administrators shows that, except for black females, athletic status yielded stronger correlations with perceived popularity. For black females, the strongest predictor was academic status. Socioeconomic background and grades were significant predictors for whites and Hispanics. (GR)
Publication Type: Information Analyses; Reports - Research; Journal Articles
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Language: English
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