Socioeconomic Status as an Out Group or In Group Affecting Campus Involvement: A Literature Review
The literature review examined whether the effects of one's socioeconomic status (SES) plays a role in campus involvement and the role in groups and out groups play in student’s college involvement. Findings indicated that lower class students are often integrated in fewer activities than their higher class counterparts due to certain resources the upper class students had, including wealth, connections, and time. Often students do not interact with out group members, instead they stay within their own in group.The provided information indicates that students higher on the social ladder often have more time to participate on campus than lower income students.
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Analysis of Interest Group Theories In Reference to Case Study of Initiative and Referendum Based Hawaiian Interest Groups Ketola, Rob (1991)Analysis of interest group theory through the examination of their rise into the political arena. Concentration on hearing before the State of Hawaii's Committee on Judiciary, which involved an interest group or coalition ...
Socioeconomic Status as an out-group or in-group affecting campus involvement : A Literature Review Portillo, Julio (2018)What will be examined was whether the effects of one's socioeconomic status (SES) plays a role in campus involvement and the role in-groups and out-groups play in student’s college involvement. Through the use of multiple ...