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Bibliography on Diverse college students from recent studies

Copy the DOI into Mavscholar to find these articles about specific population on our campus! It's important to understand something about the lived experiences of our students, and while these are not articles about our specific students, they are about some of our student body population.

Allen, M., Rosas-Lee, M., Ortega, L., Hang, M., Pergament, S., Pratt, R., & Allen, M. L. (2016). They just respect you for who you are: Contributors to educator positive youth development promotion for Somali, Latino, and Hmong Students. Journal of Primary Prevention, 37(1), 71–86.   DOI 10.1007/s10935-015-0415-2

Black, R. & Bimper, A. Y. (2020). Successful undergraduate African American men’s navigation and negotiation of academic and social counter-spaces as adaptation to racism at historically white institutions. Journal of College Student Retention : Research, Theory & Practice22(2), 326–350.

Capannola, A.  & Johnson, E. I. (2022). On being the first: The role of family in the experiences of First-Generation College Students. Journal of Adolescent Research37(1), 29–58.

Corfman, S. B. (2021). On not knowing students’ genders, nor being able to predict when or how they will change. College Composition &  Communication, 73(2), 261–286.

Hoffman, S. J., Robertson, C. L., Shannon, P. J., Cook, T. L., Letts, J., & Mathiason, M. A. (2017). Physical correlates of torture exposure in Karen refugees. Journal of Loss & Trauma, 22(2), 135–149.

Johnson, R. M. (2021). The state of research on undergraduate youth formerly in foster care: A systematic review of the literature. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 14(1), 147-160.

Kerwin, D., & Alulema, D. (2021). The CRISIS Survey: The Catholic Church's work with immigrants in a period of crisis. Journal on Migration and Human Security, 9(4), 271-296.

McCarty, T.  & Brayboy, B. M. J. (2021). Culturally responsive, sustaining, and revitalizing pedagogies: Perspectives from Native American education. The Educational Forum 85(4), 429–443.

Vue, R. (2021). Trauma and resilience in the lives and education of Hmong American students: Forging pedagogies of remembrance with critical refugee discourse. Race, Ethnicity & Education, 24(2), 282–301. https://doi-org./10.1080/13613324.2019.1599347

Yoo, H. C., Atkin, A. L., Seaton, E. K., Gabriel, A. K., & Parks, S. J. (2021). Development of a support for Black lives matter measure among racially–ethnically diverse college students. American Journal of Community Psychology, 68(1-2), 100-113.


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