correlation - whites"(McLeod 358 This hypothesis is...

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McLeod, J., & Shanahan, M. (1993). Poverty, Parenting, and Children's Mental Health. American Sociological Review, 58 (3), 351-366. "Wilson (1991) hypothesized that persistent poverty may be particularly distressing for blacks, given the social context in which poor blacks live. If so, we would expect the effect of persistent poverty to be stronger for blacks/Hispanics than it is for non-Hispanic
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Unformatted text preview: whites," (McLeod 358). This hypothesis is worded for a correlational study. It looks for the strength in the relationship between blacks and poverty. They used questionnaires and observations to obtain this data for later comparison....
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