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Effects of College Transition and Perceptions of the Campus Racial Climate on Latino College Students' Sense of Belonging/ Sylvia Hurtado& Deborah Faye Carter. 1997

 המחקר עוסק בקשר  שבין תחושת שייכות לקמפוס האקדמי לבין התמדה בלימודים ומניעת נשירה בקרב לטינים בארצות הברית.

To clarify the conceptual underpinnings of Tinto's theoretical model of
students' departure, the study presented here tested a conceptual model
of the antecedents of sense of belonging to examine the extent to which
Latino students' background characteristics and college experiences in
the first and second years contribute to their sense of belonging in the
third year. The study found that discussions of course content with other
students outside class and membership in religious and social-community
organizations are strongly associated with students' sense of belonging.
First-year experiences have positive effects, while perceptions of a
hostile racial climate have direct negative effects on students' sense of
belonging in the third year. The results suggest that greater attention
needs to be paid to minority students' subjective sense of integration in
campus life, temporal sequencing of college experiences, and new
avenues for understanding students' adjustment to college.

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Effects of College Transition and Perceptions of the Campus Racial Climate on Latino College
Students' Sense of BelongingAuthor(s): Sylvia Hurtado and Deborah Faye CarterSource: Sociology of Education, Vol. 70, No. 4 (Oct., 1997), pp. 324-345Published by: American Sociological AssociationStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2673270

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