Science success, narrative theories of personality, and race self complexity: Is pace represented in the identity construction of African American adolescents?

October 1st, 2004 | RESEARCH

This article examines the construction of identity among African American adolescents. Narrative theories of personality help elucidate the complexity of success.


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Team Members

Cynthia Winston, Author, Howard University
David Wall Rice, Author, Columbia University
Brandi Bradshaw, Author, Howard University
Lloyd Derek, Author, Howard University
Lasana Harris, Author, Princeton University
Tanisha Burford, Author, Howard University
Gerard Clodimir, Author, Harvard University
Karmen Kizzie, Author, University of Michigan
Kristin Joy Carothers, Author, De Paul University Community Mental Health Center
Vetisha McClair, Author, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Jennifer Burrell, Author, American University


Identifier Type: issn
Identifier: 1520-3247

Publication: New Directions for Child & Adolescent Development
Volume: 2004
Number: 106
Page(s): 55

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Access and Inclusion: Black | African American Communities | Ethnic | Racial
Audience: Educators | Teachers | Middle School Children (11-13)
Discipline: General STEM
Resource Type: Peer-reviewed article | Research Products
Environment Type: Informal | Formal Connections | K-12 Programs