Segregation and Leadership in Groups

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Title: Segregation and Leadership in Groups
Creators: Weinberg, Bruce
Keywords: integration
Issue Date: 2007
Abstract: In societies made up of several groups, at what point do the cultural identities of one group become transformed by interactions with another? When do groups self-segregate, and what does it take for them to integrate? Weinberg tackles these questions by examining the effect of overall size on sorting – that is, how big the overall society must get, and what the proportions of the groups must be, before groups start to self-segregate racially and ethnically. Weinberg uses data from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health on segregation within schools to reach his findings.
Description: Research project for Fiscal Year 2006-07
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