BAME students can thrive if they don’t feel alienated

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Lewis, E. 2020. BAME students can thrive if they don’t feel alienated.
AuthorsLewis, E.
TypeConference paper
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This paper explored sense of belonging and what it means from BAME students' perspectives from findings and question asked through an online survey and 2 focus groups.

KeywordsSense of belonging; Self esteem; Alienation; Minority identity; Racism
Year2020
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