Examining the potential of community-based after-school programs for Latino youth
A first study of the relationships among time in after school program (ASP), youth perceptions of program quality, and program emphasis on ethnic socialization and ethnic identity development and self-worth, based on data from 46 urban Latino adolescents and a second study of the relationship between participation in a community-based ASP and emotion regulation skills in 118 rural Latino students, between 6- and 12-years-old in a rural Pennsylvania county
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Developing and improving after-school programs to enhance youth's personal growth and adjustment [Special issue]