Patricia Gurin mostly deals with Social psychology, Politics, Consciousness, Pedagogy and Social class. Her Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Academic achievement, Ideology and Dynamics. Patricia Gurin interconnects Relative deprivation and Social group in the investigation of issues within Politics.
Patricia Gurin combines subjects such as Economic Justice, Higher education and Affirmative action with her study of Pedagogy. Patricia Gurin has included themes like Social psychology, Diversity and Institutional research in her Affirmative action study. Her Social class research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Independence, Political economy, Middle class and Working class.
Patricia Gurin focuses on Social psychology, Intergroup Dialogue, Higher education, Gender studies and Consciousness. Her work on Ethnic group expands to the thematically related Social psychology. Her Higher education research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Diversity, Pedagogy, Affirmative action and Community building.
Her studies in Pedagogy integrate themes in fields like Likert scale and Action. Her Affirmative action research incorporates elements of Desegregation, Public administration, Supreme court and Diversity. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social change and Social research.
Patricia Gurin mainly investigates Intergroup Dialogue, Social psychology, Higher education, Interpersonal communication and Pedagogy. Patricia Gurin is interested in Social identity theory, which is a branch of Social psychology. Her Higher education study combines topics in areas such as Facilitation, Community building, Cultural identity and Human resources.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Discourse community, Practice theory, Social integration, Cross-cultural communication and Civic engagement in addition to Interpersonal communication. Her Pedagogy research includes themes of Likert scale and Peer influence. Her Ethnic group research includes elements of Racism, Teaching method, Salience and Self-concept.
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Diversity and Higher Education: Theory and Impact on Educational Outcomes
Patricia Gurin;Eric L. Dey;Sylvia Hurtado;Gerald Gurin.
Harvard Educational Review (2002)
Internal-External Control in the Motivational Dynamics of Negro Youth.
Patricia Gurin;Gerald Gurin;Rosina C. Lao;Muriel Beattie.
Journal of Social Issues (1969)
Group Consciousness and Political Participation
Arthur H. Miller;Patricia Gurin;Gerald Gurin;Oksana Malanchuk.
American Journal of Political Science (1981)
The Benefits of Diversity in Education for Democratic Citizenship
Patricia Gurin;Biren (Ratnesh) A. Nagda;Gretchen E. Lopez.
Journal of Social Issues (2004)
Black consciousness, identity, and achievement: A study of students in historically Black colleges
Patricia Gurin;Edgar G. Epps.
Stratum identification and consciousness.
Patricia Gurin;Arthur H. Miller;Gerald Gurin.
Social Psychology Quarterly (1980)
Women's Gender Consciousness
Public Opinion Quarterly (1985)
Hope and Independence: Blacks' Response to Electoral and Party Politics
Patricia Gurin;Shirley Hatchett;James S. Jackson.
Personal and Ideological Aspects of Internal and External Control.
Patricia Gurin;Gerald Gurin;Betty M. Morrison.
Social Psychology (1978)
Expert Report of Patricia Gurin
Michigan Journal of Race & Law (1999)
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