Browse Diversity on Campus/Equity and Access by Subject "Identity"
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(2007-05-15)This project explores the varied misconceptions of Islam that have arisen since September 11, how these particular ideas of Islam associated with terrorism were formed, and what role Muslims now play in America and at the ...
(2010)Years ago, the Saltine Warrior was the mascot for Syracuse University; however, it was decided that the Warrior offended Native American students and inappropriately depicted Native American Students. For many, the Native ...
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Survival of the Fittest: How Does Self-identification Determine the Latino Student Experience at the University of Illinois? (2006-12-15)This project aims to answer the following questions: 1) What causes fragmentation along Latino ethnic lines? 2) How does external classification or imposed identity affect self-identification among Latino/a students? 3) ...
Understanding Social Identity: In-group Versus Out-group Affinity within the Black Campus Community (2008)This study investigates the implications of involvement on identity development of African American Students. The researcher attended predominantly Black events in order to observe informal group formations in order to ...
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