“Transition Narratives, Priming Events and Reproductive Processes in Lives of Black Families Living in Poverty.” Published simultaneously in English and Portuguese: “Narrativas de Transição, Eventos Priming, Processos Reprodutivos nas Vidas das Famílias Negras que vivem na Pobreza.”

William A. Corsaro, Katherine Brown Rosier

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Abstract

This invited article is a reprinting and slight re-working of an earlier publication: Corsaro and Rosier. 2002. "Priming Events, Autonomy and Agency in Low-Income African American Children's Transition from Home to School."
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)18
JournalEducação & Realidade,
Volumev. 44
Issue numbern. 2
StatePublished - Jul 10 2019

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