Racial and Ethnic Variations in Adolescent Peer Networks & Educational Outcomes

By Michael Rivera

Generally supporting the ethnic social capital hypothesis, Goza and Ryabov (2009) suggest that co-ethnic and co-racial peer friendship networks should not be thought of as obstacles to adolescents’ educational achievement.

Goza and Ryabov (2009)

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