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Ethnic Identity Development and Acculturation Preferences Among Minority and Majority Youth: Norms and Contact
Revista Académica
Child Development
Otros Autores: Lickel, B.; Gupta, M.; Tropp, L.; Valdenegro, D.; Cayul, O.; Saavedra, P.; Bernardino, M.; Mora, E.; Berger, C.; Relehui, C. O

This article tests a longitudinal model of the antecedents and consequences of changes in identification with indigenous (Mapuche) among indigenous and nonindigenous youth in Chilean school contexts over a 6-month period (633 nonindigenous and 270 Mapuche students, Mages = 12.47 and 12.80 years, respectively). Results revealed that in-group norms supporting contact and quality of intergroup contact at Time 1 predicted student's changes in Mapuche identification at Time 2, which in turn predicted changes in support for adoption of Chilean culture and maintenance of Mapuche culture at Time 2; some of the relationships between these variables were found to be moderated by age and ethnicity.

Como citar: González, R., Lickel, B., Gupta, M., Tropp, L., Luengo, P., Mora, E., De Tezanos-Pinto, P., Berger, C., Valdenegro, D., Cayul, O., Miranda, D., Saavedra, P., Bernardino, M. (2017). Ethnic Identity Development and Acculturation Preferences Among Minority and Majority Youth: Norms and Contact. Child Development 1-18. Disponible en línea con DOI: 10.1111/cdev.12788
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