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The Acceptance of a Multicultural Education among Appalachian College Students
Explored the multicultural predispositions of 437 students in a Central Appalachian university, discovering which sort of multicultural programs garner weaker and stronger support. Tested explanatory models incorporating a mix of 21 independent variables, some drawn from sociological, psychological, and political science studies of reactions to other multicultural programs. Compared findings to case studies of multicultural education at other universities. (EV)
Contributor: Asada, Hideko, Swank, Eric, Goldey, Gregory T.
Date Published: Feb
Journal/Secondary Title: Research in Higher Education
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