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Growing Up in America: The Power of Race in the Lives of Teens


reviewed by Enrique W. Neblett Jr. - March 22, 2011

coverTitle: Growing Up in America: The Power of Race in the Lives of Teens
Author(s): Richard Flory, Korie Edwards, and Brad Christerson
Publisher: Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA
ISBN: 0804760527, Pages: 216, Year: 2010
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 22, 2011
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16372, Date Accessed: 12/11/2019 7:47:58 PM

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  • Enrique Neblett Jr.
    University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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    ENRIQUE W. NEBLETT, JR., Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Lab Director of the African American Youth Wellness Laboratory at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His research examines the relation between racism-related stress and health in African American and ethnic minority youth, with a focus on racial and ethnic protective factors and mechanisms that promote youth wellness. His most recent publlications have appeared in Child Development Perspectives, The Journal of Counseling Psychology, The Journal of Negro Education, The Journal of Youth and Adolescence, and The Journal of Research on Adolescence. Currently, Dr. Neblett is Principal Investigator for two studies: Effectiveness of Youth Mentoring Interventions for African American and Latino Male Youth (funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation) and Individual and Situational Determinants of Psychophysiological Responses to Race-Based Discrimination (funded by the National Science Foundation).
 
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