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Friendship Across Contexts: The Impact of Friends' Race on School Belonging
This study investigated the links between the percentage of friends of a different race in adolescents' school-based friendship networks and their sense of school belonging. Data from 9,357 adolescents (53% female; 49% White, 18% Black, 18% Hispanic, 7% Asian American) were drawn from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health. In my path analysis model, I found that adolescents with fewer friends of a different race (more same-race friends) reported higher school belonging,doi:10.17615/hy2m-1506 fatcat:nfrv4vt3kffl3fffv4rt222gtu