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Ego Development and Ethnic Identity Formation in Rural American Indian Adolescents

Ego Development and Ethnic Identity Formation in Rural American Indian Adolescents,10.1111/j.1467-8624.2005.00874.x,Child Development,Denise L. Newman

Ego Development and Ethnic Identity Formation in Rural American Indian Adolescents   (Citations: 8)
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Journal: Child Development - CHILD DEVELOP , vol. 76, no. 3, pp. 734-746, 2005
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    • ...Qualitative description of data, in addition to quantitative data, was provided in two articles (Hansen and Markman 2005; Newman 2005)...
    • ...Type differences were proposed in four articles (Bonanno et al. 2005; Newman 2005; Poehlmann 2005; Troop-Gordon and Asher 2005)...
    • ...Two characteristics, qualitative description of data and typology, was found in only one article (Newman 2005)...

    Aaro Toomela. Culture of Science: Strange History of the Methodological Thinking in ...

    • ...Research indicates that enculturation positively affects self-esteem and mental health among American Indian youths because enculturation connects youths with people who value their ethnic heritage and exposes them to traditional beliefs that include sanctions against deviant behaviors or endorsements for prosocial behaviors (Newman, 2005; Whitbeck, Hoyt, Stubben, et al, 2001; Zimmerman, Ramirez, Washienko et al, 1998)...

    Kevin A. Yoderet al. Suicidal Ideation Among American Indian Youths

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