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Cultural values in the home and school experiences of low-income African-American students

Students and their parents expressed significantly stronger preferences for communal and vervistic activities at home and at school than for individualistic and competitive activities. Perceived teacher classroom preferences, however, were significantly higher for individualistic and competitive activities.

Author(s): Tyler, K. M., Boykin, A.W., Miller, O. A. & Hurley, E. A.
Publication: Social Psychology of Education 9 (4), 363-380
Year: 2006

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