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(Slavin 1985)

Title:  Cooperative Learning: Applying Contact Theory in Desegregated Schools."
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Publication:  JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES 41/3 (1985): 45-62.
Authors:   Slavin, R. E. 
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(1985)
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Slavin, R. E. "Cooperative Learning: Applying Contact Theory in Desegregated Schools." JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES 41/3 (1985): 45-62.

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  • Reviewed in Meta-study (COTTON)*  
  • Reviews research on effects of cooperative learning on cross-racial friendships and discusses findings in relation to Gordon Allport's "contact theory," a set of principles detailing when interracial contact leads to improved relationships and when it does not. Cooperative learning has been found to enhance crossracial friendships. (COTTON)*


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