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Part I: Theoretical Background and Overview of the Study Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Theoretical Orientations and Major Themes With Jeffrey Huntsinger, Stacey Sinclair, and Winona Foote Chapter 3: The Site and the Study Part II: Sociopolitical Attitudes and Group Identities: The Entering Student and Persisting Differences Chapter 4: Cultural Diversity and Socio-political Attitudes at College Entry With Hillary Haley and P. J. Henry Chapter 5: The Overall Effects of College on Students¿ Socio-political Attitudes With P. J. Henry Chapter 6: The Origins and Persistence of Ethnic Identity among the ¿New Immigrant¿ Groups With Ming-Ying Fu, P. J. Henry, and Kerra Bui Chapter 7: In Search of a Common Ingroup Identity: National and University Identities With Stacey Sinclair Part III: The Impact of Specific University Experiences on Sociopolitical Attitudes and Academic Adjustment Chapter 8: The Effects of Close Intergroup Contact: Interethnic Friendship and Dating in College Chapter 9: The Effects of Contact with Ethnically Diverse Roommates With Stacey Sinclair Chapter 10: Ethnic Organizations and Ethnic Attitudes on Campus With Stacey Sinclair Chapter 11: Minority Ethnic Groups and the University Experience Part IV: Conclusions Chapter 12: Summary and Theoretical Integration With Hillary Haley References: Appendix A: List of Survey Questions, Scales, and Waves Appendix B: Table of Scale Reliabilities by Wave Appendix C: Attrition Analyses
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Education, Higher -- Social aspects -- United States.
School environment -- United States.
Group identity -- United States.