LIVING AS AN IMPOSTOR: AN EXPLORATION OF THE LIVED EXPERIENCES AMONG MULTIRACIAL YOUTH IN SECONDARY AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
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Master of Science in Community & Leadership Development
Agriculture, Food and Environment
Community and Leadership Development
Dr. Stacy Vincent
The racial demographic of the United States is ever changing, and the increase of multiracial children is substantial. This multiple-case study examined the lived experiences of multiracial youth in secondary agricultural education. This study finds evidence of Impostor Phenomenon among these multiracial students in regard to their races. This study provides insight to advise other educational institutions and organizations on how these multiracial students perceive and are perceived, within agricultural education, how it affects them, and gives recommendations to improve the future experiences of multiracial students within agricultural education.
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Markham, Juliana Danielle, "LIVING AS AN IMPOSTOR: AN EXPLORATION OF THE LIVED EXPERIENCES AMONG MULTIRACIAL YOUTH IN SECONDARY AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION" (2021). Theses and Dissertations--Community & Leadership Development. 57.
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