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Voices of Reform
This qualitative case study sought to gain a better understanding of the role of fictive kin relationships in a successful, long standing partnership between one Black Church and a high school in a high poverty, urban district in the Midwest. Four themes emerged: commitment, hope, strength, and equality. This study offers important insight into autonomy support, competence support, and relational support, key tenets of Self-Determination Theory (SDT), in fictive kin relationships within thisdoi:10.32623/3.00003 fatcat:2dalxsajubhptf6e2nkagc2ljm