Exposed: Exploring Ethnic–Racial Minoritized High School Students Cyberhate Experience


  • Alexis Taylor, Doctoral Candidate, University of South Florida School Psychology Program


Approximately 64% of adolescents reported experiencing cyberhate on social media platforms (Common Sense, 2018). Ethnic-racial minoritized adolescents who experience cyberhate (online racial discrimination) face increased risk of maladaptive psychosocial adjustment. This study examined high school students’ cyberhate experiences in relation to their ethnic-racial identity perceptions, school connectedness, and life satisfaction.

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