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The Relationship between Parental Involvement as Social Capital and College Enrollment: An Examination of Racial/Ethnic Group Differences

Multilevel analyses show that the relationship between parental involvement and enrollment in a four-year college varies across racial/ethnic groups and that the likelihood of enrolling in a two-year or four-year institution depends on the volume of resources that may be accessed through social networks at the high school attended.