ERIC Number: EJ653752
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2002
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When Who I Am Impacts How I Am Represented: Addressing Minority Student Issues in Different Contexts. Racial Identity in Context for the Gifted African American Student.
Rowley, Stephanie J.; Moore, Julie A.
Roeper Review, v24 n2 p63-67 Win 2002
This article explores the complexity of racial identity in the lives of gifted African American students and argues that personal identity can only be understood through an ecological and multidimensional view of racial identity that takes into account the individual, the social context, and coping styles. (Contains references.) (CR)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Black Attitudes, Black Students, Educational Environment, Elementary Secondary Education, Environmental Influences, Ethnicity, Gifted, Identification (Psychology), Minority Group Children, Phenomenology, Racial Identification, School Attitudes, Self Concept, Social Environment
Publication Type: Information Analyses; Journal Articles
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