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Coping with Ethnic-racial Discrimination: Short-term Longitudinal Relations Among Black and Latinx College Students.

Elana R McDermott, Katharine H Zeiders, Antoinette M Landor, Selena Carbajal,

Little is known about how Black and Latinx young adults cope with experiences of ethnic-racial discrimination, particularly over short periods of time. A multigroup path model examined the relations between discrimination and five strategies for coping with ethnic-racial discrimination (talking with others, being proud, working hard, being rude, and ignoring) ... Read more >>

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Ethnic-Racial Socialization Among Mothers of Black and Black-White Biracial Daughters During the Pubertal Transition.

Rona Carter, Ayana Omilade Flewellen,

Ethnic-racial socialization is a salient component of parenting in Black families. What is less clear is how Black families discuss ethnicity-race and social inequalities with pubescent children. We examined associations between pubertal timing and ethnic-racial socialization among mothers (M<sub>age</sub>  = 42) of Black (n = 286) and Black-White biracial (n = 233) girls aged 9-12. ... Read more >>

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School Discrimination, Discipline Inequities, and Adjustment Among Black Adolescent Girls and Boys: An Intersectionality-Informed Approach: Dismantling Systems of Racism and Oppression during Adolescence.

Shauna M Cooper, Marketa Burnett, Alexandrea Golden, Sheretta Butler-Barnes, Misha Inniss-Thompson,

Employing an intersectionality-informed approach, this investigation examines how school discrimination and disciplinary inequities shape Black adolescent boys' and girls' adjustment. One hundred and twenty-six adolescents (M = 11.88 years; SD = 1.02) residing in the Southeastern United States comprised the study sample. Results indicated that school discrimination was associated with greater depressive symptoms, lower academic ... Read more >>

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Shift and Persist in Mexican American Youth: A Longitudinal Test of Depressive Symptoms.

Gabriela L Stein, Michaeline Jensen, Noah Keita Christophe, Rick A Cruz, Michelle Martin Romero, Richard Robins,

This paper tested whether shift-&-persist coping, or coping involving the combination of cognitive reappraisal, acceptance, and optimism (Chen & Miller, Perspectives on Psychological Science, 2012, 7, 135), attenuates the risks presented by economic hardship and ethnic discrimination for change in depressive symptoms from 9th to 12th grade, in a sample ... Read more >>

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School Pushout: The Role of Supportive Strategies Versus Punitive Practices for LGBT Youth of Color.

Shannon D Snapp, Jack K Day, Stephen T Russell,

Recently, schools have focused on supportive (e.g., behavioral supports) rather than punitive (e.g., suspension) strategies to reduce school pushout among marginalized youth. We examined the association between suspension and discipline practices for students with intersecting identities (e.g., LGBT youth of color). We used teacher and student data from 1,091 schools ... Read more >>

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The Influence of Sociocultural Beliefs on Adolescents' Moral and Tolerance Evaluations Toward Corruption.

Cristhian A Martínez, Roberto Posada,

In the present research, we examine how sociocultural beliefs facilitate more positive and tolerant evaluations toward corruption. Ninety-six adolescents from 6th grade (M = 11.9 years), 11th grade (M = 16.6 years), and college (M = 20.5 years), from Colombia-a country with high levels of corruption-evaluated how morally right and acceptable were bribery and nepotism across a baseline condition ... Read more >>

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Critical Consciousness Socialization at School: Classroom Climate, Perceived Societal Islamophobia, and Critical Action Among Adolescents.

Miriam Schwarzenthal, Linda P Juang, Ursula Moffitt, Maja K Schachner,

Schools are key contexts for the development of adolescents' critical consciousness. We explored how three dimensions of the classroom cultural diversity climate (critical consciousness, color-evasion, and multiculturalism) related to adolescents' critical reflection (i.e., perceived societal Islamophobia) and intended critical action (i.e., political activism). Our sample included adolescents experiencing high (second ... Read more >>

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Understanding Racial Attitudes Among Students and Teachers in a Ethnically/Racially Diverse High School.

Alexandra N Davis, Gustavo Carlo, Denise Bennett, Wendy Gallarza, Dominic Saiz,

This study examined the role of racial attitudes in a diverse high school setting. Teachers and students were recruited from a public charter high school in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The final sample consisted of 19 students and 10 teachers who participated in face-to-face interviews regarding racial attitudes and racial bias ... Read more >>

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I Am Whatever I Say I Am: The Salient Identity Content of U.S. Adolescents.

Sara K Johnson, Katharine Odjakjian, Yerin Park,

Research about identity development has focused primarily on researcher-chosen domains or overlooked content entirely. To investigate the content that is salient to adolescents, we analyzed responses to a shortened Twenty Statements Test (ten answers to the question, "Who am I?") from 415 adolescents in the northeastern United States (M<sub>age</sub>  = 13.59 years; ... Read more >>

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Black and Latinx Adolescents' Developing Commitment to Antiracist Activism Over Four Years of High School: "Good Trouble, Necessary Trouble" Special Section: Dismantling Oppression Series.

Sidney May, Scott Seider, Aaliyah El-Amin, Brianna Diaz, Daren Graves,

This qualitative study considered the development of a commitment to antiracist activism among Black and Latinx adolescents (n = 50) over 4 years of high school. Four waves of interviews with participating adolescents were analysed using a critical consciousness framework to consider participants' descriptions of their developing commitment to antiracist activism and the ... Read more >>

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Positive Racial Identity of Black Brazilian and Colombian Adolescents Amidst Systems of Educational Oppression: Dismantling Systems of Racism and Oppression during Adolescence.

Keshia L Harris,

Contrary to popular discourse on racial harmony in Latin America, research links educational inequality to physical appearance, particularly in countries with national ideologies emphasizing multiculturalism, such as Brazil and Colombia (Marteleto et al., Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 2012, 30, 352; Telles, Pigmentocracies: Ethnicity, Race, and Color in Latin America, ... Read more >>

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Trauma Made in America: The Consequences of Violent Victimization for Immigrant Youth in Early Adulthood.

Julie L Kuper, Jillian J Turanovic,

Research finds that adolescent violent victimization results in numerous lasting negative life consequences. However, the long-term impacts of victimization are understudied among immigrant youth. Using a subsample of 952 immigrants from Waves I-III of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health, regression models are specified to determine whether ... Read more >>

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Gender and Racial Identity Moderate the Effects of Online and Offline Discrimination on Mental Health: Dismantling Systems of Racism and Oppression during Adolescence.

Tiani Perkins, Myles Durkee, Jasmine Banks, Brittany Ribero-Brown,

The present study highlights the growing need to examine Black youths' exposure to racial discrimination in online and offline contexts. Using a sample of 353 Black college students, findings indicate that high public regard moderates the positive association between online and offline racial discrimination and psychological consequences (i.e., depression, anxiety, ... Read more >>

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The Mediating Role of Home-School Dissonance in Linking Maternal Discrimination to Latin American-Origin Adolescent Academic Performance.

Roushanac Partovi, Esther J Calzada, Kathleen M Roche, Todd D Little, Maria Jose Sanchez Roman,

Latin American-origin parents play an important role in supporting the formal education of their youth, but cultural, linguistic, and systemic barriers make parent involvement difficult. The aim of the present study was to examine how Latina mothers' experiences with discrimination were associated with short-term changes in their adolescent children's academic ... Read more >>

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Embracing Race, Resisting Oppression: African American Parents as Experienced Guides for Navigating Racial Oppression: Dismantling Systems of Racism and Oppression during Adolescence.

Naila A Smith, Ashley McDonald, Wei Wei, Shadane A Johnson, Dzifa Adeji, Dawn P Witherspoon,

This study examined how discrimination experiences, beliefs, and coping in middle adolescence contributed to heterogeneity in African American parent-adolescent relationship (PAR) profiles three years later. Data were from the Maryland Adolescent Development in Context Study in which 589 African American caregivers (92% female; M<sub>age</sub>  = 39.15, SD = 6.72; range = 27-74 years old) were interviewed ... Read more >>

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U.S. Mexican-Origin Adolescents' Well-Being in the Context of Neighborhood White Concentration: Dismantling Systems of Racism and Oppression during Adolescence.

Rebecca M B White, Carmen Kho, Rajni L Nair,

To address injustices that privilege whiter neighborhoods, many advocate for residential integration. The developmental consequences of greater exposure to whiteness associated with integration, however, are unclear. Research examining BIPOC adolescent development within the context of intraindividual changes in neighborhood white concentration-the changes that take place if an adolescent moves to ... Read more >>

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Longitudinal Effects of the "Acting White" Accusation and Racial Identity Development Among Black College Students.

Myles I Durkee, Tiani R Perkins, Richard E Smith,

The "acting White" accusation (AWA) is a type of cultural invalidation that undermines the racial authenticity of Black youths. This study examines how the AWA and racial identity (RI) influence one another longitudinally during the transition to college for Black students. Findings were moderated by gender. For Black males, a ... Read more >>

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Black Emotions Matter: Understanding the Impact of Racial Oppression on Black Youth's Emotional Development: Dismantling Systems of Racism and Oppression During Adolescence: Dismantling Systems of Racism and Oppression During Adolescence.

Fantasy T Lozada, Tennisha N Riley, Evandra Catherine, Deon W Brown,

Black US Americans' emotions are subject to stereotypes about the anger and aggression of Black people. These stereotypes are readily applied to Black adolescents' emotions. The purpose of this conceptual paper is to operationalize racial oppression in the emotional lives of Black adolescents through an application of García Coll et al.'s ... Read more >>

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Becoming Strong: Sociocultural Experiences, Mental Health, & Black Girls' Strong Black Woman Schema Endorsement.

Nkemka Anyiwo, Alexis G Stanton, Lanice R Avery, Donte L Bernard, Jasmine A Abrams, Alexandrea Golden,

This study examines the precedents and consequences of Black girls' Strong Black Woman schema (SBW) endorsement. Hierarchical regression analyses revealed that, among Black girls (N= 308), racial discrimination experiences and racial barrier socialization messages were positively associated with SBW endorsement. However, there was no significant interaction between racial discrimination and ... Read more >>

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Investigating Longitudinal Associations Between Racial Microaggressions, Coping, Racial/Ethnic Identity, and Mental Health in Black Girls and Women: Dismantling Systems of Racism and Oppression during Adolescence.

Aerika Brittian Loyd, Esra Kürüm, Natasha Crooks, Anabelle Maya, Erin Emerson, Geri R Donenberg,

Racial microaggressions pose significant risk to health and well-being among Black adolescents and adults. Yet, protective factors (i.e., coping, racial/ethnic identity) can moderate the impact of racial microaggressions over time. Unfortunately, few studies have evaluated the role of these protective factors longitudinally or specifically among Black girls and women. In ... Read more >>

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Emotion Recognition and Inhibitory Control in Adolescent Players of Violent Video Games.

Ewa Miedzobrodzka, Elly A Konijn, Lydia Krabbendam,

Developmental changes during adolescence may make youth susceptible to violent media effects. Two studies with male adolescents (N1  = 241; N2  = 161; aged 12-17) examined how habitual and short-term violent video gaming may affect emotion recognition and inhibitory control. We found that not habitual exposure to violent video games, but to ... Read more >>

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The Phenotypic, Psychological, and Social Interplays of Skin Color and Developmental Outcomes among Mexican-origin Adolescents: Dismantling Systems of Racism and Oppression during Adolescence: Dismantling Systems of Racism and Oppression during Adolescence.

Jun Wang, Jinjin Yan, Kayla M Osman, Xin Li, Katharine H Zeiders, Yishan Shen, Melissa Victory, Su Yeong Kim,

Mexican-origin children from immigrant families are impacted by various systemic oppressions in life. The study seeks to examine how adolescents' developmental outcomes are associated with specific phenotypic, psychological, and social features of skin color, as manifested by skin tone, skin color satisfaction, and foreigner stress. By taking a holistic approach, ... Read more >>

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Cultural Racism and Depression in Black Adolescents: Examining Racial Socialization and Racial Identity as Moderators: Dismantling Systems of Racism and Oppression during Adolescence.

Stephen M Gibson, Briana M Bouldin, McKenzie N Stokes, Fantasy T Lozada, Elan C Hope,

The current study explored parental racial socialization and racial regard as moderators of the effects of cultural racism on depression symptoms among Black adolescents (N = 604, M<sub>age</sub>  = 15.44). When adolescents reported lower private regard and lower cultural pride messages or higher public regard and lower alertness to discrimination messages, the negative ... Read more >>

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Chinese American Adolescents' Experiences of COVID-19-Related Racial Discrimination and Anxiety: Person-Centered and Intersectional Approaches.

Xiaoli Zong, Charissa S L Cheah, Huiguang Ren,

The present study examined the impact of COVID-19-related racial discrimination on Chinese American adolescents (N = 213; M<sub>age</sub>  = 13.95 years, SD = 2.35; 49% girls) at the intersection of race and gender. We explored (1) subgroups of adolescents based on ethnic identity, bicultural identity integration, and behavioral acculturation; (2) their demographic correlates; and (3) whether ... Read more >>

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Coping with Relationship Stress in Adolescence: A Decade in Review.

Stephen A Erath, Gregory S Pettit,

At a moment in history when stress levels among adolescents are high and coping capacities are taxed, it seems timely and important to review a decade's accomplishments in elucidating how, and with what effects, adolescents cope with relationship stress. We provide an update on research about coping with parent, peer, ... Read more >>

J Res Adolesc (Journal of research on adolescence : the official journal of the Society for Research on Adolescence)
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