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Le, Paul T.; Doughty, Leanne; Thompson, Amreen Nasim; Hartley, Laurel M. – CBE - Life Sciences Education, 2019
Identity production is a complex process in which a person determines who he or she is via internal dialogue and sociocultural participation. Understanding identity production is important in biology education, because students' identities impact classroom experiences and their willingness to persist in the discipline. Thus, we suggest that…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Biology, Self Concept, Student Development
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Martinez, Marcos – Multicultural Perspectives, 2019
The article uses the methodology of autoethnography to explore my own racial/ethnic identity evolution from a young child to adulthood. Various significant events in my life are chronicled to show my progression within my identity paradigm and the development of my own identity terminology. I hypothesize that for many college students of color,…
Descriptors: Literacy, Urban Areas, Ethnography, Self Concept
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Compton-Lilly, Catherine; Papoi, Kristin; Venegas, Patricia; Hamman, Laura; Schwabenbauer, Briana – Journal of Literacy Research, 2017
We cast our lens on intersectional networks of identity negotiated by young children in immigrant families. Although some scholars discuss identity construction, we reference identity negotiation to capture the active, strategic, and agential work that we witnessed in our study. We begin by synthesizing relevant research on children's identity…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Young Children, Identification (Psychology), Case Studies
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Nguyen, Jacqueline; Ferguson, Gail M. – New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 2019
Southeast Asian American (SEAA) adolescents and emerging adults navigate a multicultural, global world by utilizing cultural variability to play up and play down three cultural identities: their Asian/Asian American heritage culture, the White dominant culture in which they live, and a hip hop cultural identity. The latter is a unique cultural…
Descriptors: Music, Role, Self Concept, Asian Americans
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Verkuyten, Maykel; Thijs, Jochem; Gharaei, Nadya – Social Psychology of Education: An International Journal, 2019
In this paper we discuss the social identity processes by which discrimination can have an impact on ethnic-racial minority group students' academic engagement. After considering the forms, targets and sources of discrimination, we argue that discrimination implies social identity threat. Threats to ethnic/racial identity compromise specific…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Minority Group Students, Academic Achievement, Racial Identification
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Jackson, Liz – Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 2019
This paper explores how notions of race, ethnicity, and blood are mobilized in educational texts in Hong Kong. It elaborates how civic identity is racialized as part of a nationalist education operating beneath the surface of expressed commitments to global citizenship, human rights, etc., in curriculum and textbooks. Many have commented on how…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Race, Ethnicity, Nationalism
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Garcia, Gina A.; Patrón, Oscar E.; Ramirez, Jenesis J.; Hudson, Lisanne T. – Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, 2018
This article challenges the notion of underachievement of Latino male collegians by examining those who successfully enter higher education. Using in-depth interviews, we analyze the way three different institutional types contribute to the racial/ethnic identity salience of Latinos, looking specifically at the curricular and co-curricular…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Institutional Characteristics, Hispanic American Students, Underachievement
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Edge, Karen; Descours, Katherine; Oxley, Laura – Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 2017
Inspired by scholarly calls to focus more intently on the influence of context on leaders' construction and negotiation of identity, this paper draws on evidence from our Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) project in London, New York City and Toronto. Throughout the paper, we strive to illuminate how the city-based context influences how…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Comparative Education, Student Leadership, Age Groups
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Li, Huey-li – Educational Theory, 2019
In this essay, Huey-li Li first undertakes a reexamination of the theoretical and practical merits of applying intersectionality to analyze how gender infiltrates and becomes entangled with other registers of nonsexual harassment. She further presents three vignettes of ambiguous nonsexual harassment in order to inquire into how the intersections…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Ethnicity, Race, Disabilities
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Graves, Daren – Berkeley Review of Education, 2014
This research focuses on how Black high school students' perceptions of their school-based racial socialization and their racial identities impact their attitudes and dispositions toward school. The author examined the intersection of racial identity and school culture by examining how Black students describe their context-based racial identity…
Descriptors: African American Students, High School Students, Student Attitudes, Racial Differences
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Augustyn, Megan Bears; Jackson, Dylan B. – Youth & Society, 2020
Research suggests a link between precocious transitions to adulthood (e.g., high school dropout) and maladaptation, and this association is typically assumed to be uniform. We propose that this monolithic portrayal of precocious transitions as problematic for adult functioning is unwarranted, particularly across identities defined by gender,…
Descriptors: Correlation, Antisocial Behavior, Race, Ethnicity
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Radimer, Scott; Rowan-Kenyon, Heather – Journal of College Student Development, 2019
With this study we sought to contribute to the literature on issues with undergraduate college men and alcohol consumption. Undergraduate men at 5 institutions across the Northeast (N = 1,457) were surveyed to examine the relationships among masculine norms, ethnic identity, social dominance orientation, and alcohol behavior. Data were analyzed…
Descriptors: Males, Undergraduate Students, Drinking, Masculinity
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Charles, Quanisha D. – TESOL Journal, 2019
This study uses critical race theory as a lens and narrative inquiry as a methodological tool to examine how the term native English speaker (NES) is socially constructed when subscribed to two Black teachers of English (BTE) working in South Korea's secondary educational system. In addition to examining how these two BTEs interpret themselves as…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Native Speakers
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Motha, Suhanthie; Varghese, Manka M. – Race, Ethnicity and Education, 2018
Drawing on Delgado and Yosso's "counterstory," Yosso's "community cultural wealth," and Alsup's "borderland discourses," the authors, who are women of color academics, use narratives from their lives to discuss the ways in which they draw on resources in managing and reconfiguring their multiple identities within the…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Females, Professional Identity, Self Concept
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Levin, John S.; Walker, Laurencia; Haberler, Zachary; Jackson-Boothby, Adam – Community College Review, 2013
Through qualitative field methods research addressing faculty of color in four California community colleges, this investigation examines and explains faculty experiences and professional sense making. By combining critical race theory with social identity theory, our perspective underlines the potential social and ethnic identity conflicts…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, College Faculty, Minority Group Teachers, Critical Theory
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