Effects of student housing, group identity, and ethnicity on campus involvement
Midwestern Psychological Association
Students living in residence halls, vs off-campus, are more involved in university activities. We test a proposition that group identification can explain this relationship. We further examine the extent to which involvement with a student subgroup organization correlates with overall campus identification, and if ethnicity moderates this relationship.
Jay W. Jackson and Christa Dillman (2006).
Effects of student housing, group identity, and ethnicity on campus involvement. Presented at Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
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