Students will complete a research paper (1850 to 2000 words) = 5pages
- The papers should be typed, double-spaced, APA formatted, and saved as Microsoft Word documents or Rich text files.
- The paper should include a title page and a reference page, in addition to the 1850 to 2000 words of written text. (i will not pay extra for these pages!) (total of 7pages all together)
- No abstract is needed.
- At least 10 references should come from peer reviewed journal articles and references should be cited using APA format. Any student who fails to cite the work of another author will receive a zero on the paper. (journal articles are below:)
- I attatched an outline of the paper for you to follow, it includes the topics!!!!!!!!!!
Kizzie Rouland, K. B. (2013). Self-views of African-American Youth are Related to the Gender Stereotypes and Ability Attributions of Their Parents. Self & Identity, 12(4), 382-399.
Johnson, C. (2014). The Loss of Friends to Homicide and the Implications for the Identity Development of Urban African American Teen Girls. Clinical Social Work Journal, 42(1), 27-40.
HALL, H. R. (2015). Food for Thought: Using Critical Pedagogy in Mentoring African American Adolescent Males. Black Scholar, 45(3), 39.
Adams-Bass, V. N., Stevenson, H. C., & Kotzin, D. S. (2014). Measuring the Meaning of Black Media Stereotypes and Their Relationship to the Racial Identity, Black History Knowledge, and Racial Socialization of African American Youth. Journal Of Black Studies, 45(5), 367-395.
Tucker, C. M., Herman, K. C., Pedersen, T., Vogel, D., & Reinke, W. M. (2000). STUDENT-GENERATED SOLUTIONS TO ENHANCE THE ACADEMIC SUCCESS OF AFRICAN AMERICAN YOUTH. Child Study Journal, 30(3), 205.
Okeke-Adeyanju, N., Taylor, L., Craig, A., Smith, R., Thomas, A., Boyle, A., & DeRosier, M. (2014). Celebrating the Strengths of Black Youth: Increasing Self-Esteem and Implications for Prevention. Journal Of Primary Prevention, 35(5), 357-369.
Travis, R. J. (2014). Empowerment-Based Positive Youth Development: A New Understanding of Healthy Development for African American Youth. Journal Of Research On Adolescence (Wiley-Blackwell), 24(1), 93-116.
Bennett Jr., M. D. (2006). Cultural Resources and School Engagement among African American Youths: The Role of Racial Socialization and Ethnic Identity. Children & Schools, 28(4), 197-206.
Travis Jr., R. A. (2012). EMPOWERMENTODAY: A Model of Positive Youth Development and Academic Persistence for Male African Americans. Children & Schools, 34(3), 186-189.
McMahon, S. L. (2013). ENVIRONMENTAL STRESSORS, SOCIAL SUPPORT, AND INTERNALIZING SYMPTOMS AMONG AFRICAN AMERICAN YOUTH. Journal Of Community Psychology, 41(5), 615-630.