Self Segregation on College CampusesLead Scholar Office/Social Change Conference Exhibition/University of Central Florida (2017)
SELF-SEGREGATION is the voluntary separation or isolation of a race, class, or ethnic group from the rest of society. On college and university campuses, self-segregation can occur based on various factors, including ethnicity, race, and cultural identity. Understanding how and with whom college students interact has become important in light of contemporary demographic changes (Kim, Park and Koo, 2014).
- social change,
Publication DateSpring April 14, 2017
Citation InformationAndrew Ezigbo. "Self Segregation on College Campuses" Lead Scholar Office/Social Change Conference Exhibition/University of Central Florida (2017)
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