Handbook of children and prejudice integrating research, practice, and policy
Print Book, English, 2019
Springer, Cham, Switzerland, 2019
xl, 633 Seiten Diagramme
PART 1: FRAMING LIFECOURSE IMPACTS OF PREJUDICE.- Chapter 1. Ethnic and Racial Prejudice Across the Lifespan.- Chapter 2. Experience of Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma on Identity.- PART 2: INFANCY THROUGH CHILDHOOD.- Chapter 3. Prejudice, Pregnancy, and Early Childhood Development.- Chapter 4. Understanding Implications of Systems of Privilege Within the Field of Early Childhood Education for American Indian and Alaska Native Children.- Chapter 5. Implicit and Explicit Forms of Prejudice in Childhood.- Chapter 6. Prejudice Against Latino Children in the United States.- Chapter 7. An Ecological Approach to Childhood Prejudice: The Case of Arab Americans.- Chapter 8. Discord Disrupts Discourse: Prejudice and Muslim Children.- Chapter 9. The Effects of Stereotypes on American Indian Children Inside and Outside of the Classroom.- Chapter 10. In the Nyitting Time: The Journey of Identity Development for Western Australian Aboriginal Children and Youth and the Interplay of Racism.- Chapter 11. Teacher Race and Other Race-Related Socialization Factors as Moderators of Achievement Outcomes Among African American Children.- PART 3: TRANSITION TO YOUTH.- Chapter 12. Racial Discrimination and Adjustment Among Asian American Youth: Vulnerability and Protective Factors in the Face of ”Chinks”, “Dog-eaters”, and “Jackie Chan”.- Chapter 13. When Things Go Viral: Youth’s Discrimination Exposure in the World of Social Media.- Chapter 14. Gender Prejudice and Subsequent Development of Dating Violence, Intersectionality Among Youth.- Chapter 15. LGBTQ Youth and Sexual Minority-Related Prejudice.- Chapter 16. (No) Space for Prejudice! How Negative Outgroup Attitudes Develop or May Be Prevented in the Classroom.- Chapter 17. Racial Socialization in Early Childhood Contexts: Implications for Prejudice Development.- Chapter 18. Feeling of Being Caught Between Family and Peer Settings: Cultural Incongruence and Adolescent Well-being.- PART 4. YOUTH TO ADOLESCENCE.- Chapter 19. Youth of Color in Care: Intersecting Identities and Vulnerabilities.- Chapter 20. Understanding the Complex Relations Between Discrimination and Prosocial Behaviors in Latino Youth in the United States.- Chapter 21. Experiences of Discrimination and Prejudice Among Native American Youth: Links to Psychosocial Functioning.- Chapter 22. Mistaken Identities, Discrimination, and Sikh Youth Development.- Chapter 23. Juvenile Injustice: A System Developed to Facilitate Youth Development that Challenges Healthy Outcomes.- Chapter 24. The Role of Gender Nonconformity in Identity-Based Victimization of LBGTQ Youth.- PART 5. FROM ADOLESENCE TO EMERGING ADULTHOOD.- Chapter 25. Adolescents and the Psychological Impact of the Acting White Accusation.- Chapter 26. Ethnic/Racial Identity as a Moderator of the Relationship Between Discrimination and Adolescent Outcomes.- Chapter 27. Online Racial Discrimination, Adjustment, and the Protective Function of Adolescent Cultural Assets.- Chapter 28. Latino Adolescents' Experiences with Ethnic Discrimination and Protective Factors: A Practical Understanding.- Chapter 29. African American Adolescents Speak: A Mixed-Methods Investigation of Racial Identity, Individual Race-Related Stress, and Depressive Symptoms.- Chapter 30. Dreamers: Growing up in America.- Chapter 31. Sexual Stigma and Sexual Prejudice: Understanding the Unique Experiences of Sexual Minority Male Youth.- Chapter 32. “Are You a Boy or a Girl?” The Impact of Gender-Based Prejudice on Gender Diverse Children.- Chapter 33. Gender Nonconformity During Adolescence: Links with Stigma, Sexual Minority Status, and Psychosocial Outcomes.- Chapter 34. “I Can Feel that People Living Here Don’t Like Chinese Students”: Perceived discrimination and Chinese International Student Adaptation.- Chapter 35: A Developmental Science Perspective on Children and Prejudice.