Michael T. Giang
Michael T. Giang
Associate Professor, Cal Poly Pomona
Verified email at cpp.edu
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Online racial discrimination and psychological adjustment among adolescents
BM Tynes, MT Giang, DR Williams, GN Thompson
Journal of adolescent health 43 (6), 565-569, 2008
1742008
Using latent class analysis to identify aggressors and victims of peer harassment
MT Giang, S Graham
Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for …, 2008
1002008
Implications of adolescents' acculturation strategies for personal and collective self-esteem.
MT Giang, MA Wittig
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 12 (4), 725, 2006
942006
Programming in the wild: trends in youth computational participation in the online scratch community
DA Fields, M Giang, Y Kafai
Proceedings of the 9th workshop in primary and secondary computing education …, 2014
572014
Life in the times of Whypox: A virtual epidemic as a community event
YB Kafai, D Feldon, D Fields, M Giang, M Quintero
Communities and technologies 2007, 171-190, 2007
522007
Mutual acculturation and social categorization: A comparison of two perspectives on intergroup bias
LE Molina, MA Wittig, MT Giang
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 7 (3), 239-265, 2004
492004
Ethnic identity, intergroup contact, and outgroup orientation among diverse groups of adolescents on the Internet
BM Tynes, MT Giang, GN Thompson
CyberPsychology & Behavior 11 (4), 459-465, 2008
472008
Virtual playgrounds: Children’s multi-user virtual environments for playing and learning with science
YB Kafai, MT Giang
Children’s learning in a digital world, 196-217, 2007
402007
Understanding collaborative practices in the Scratch online community: Patterns of participation among youth designers
D Fields, M Giang, Y Kafai
International Society of the Learning Sciences, 2013
342013
The racial landscape of social networking sites: Forging identity, community, and civic engagement
BM Tynes, EL Garcia, MT Giang, NE Coleman
ISJLP 7, 71, 2011
292011
Youth computational participation in the wild: Understanding experience and equity in participating and programming in the online scratch community
DA Fields, YB Kafai, MT Giang
ACM Transactions on Computing Education (TOCE) 17 (3), 1-22, 2017
272017
Online victimization, depression and anxiety among adolescents in the US
B Tynes, M Giang
European Psychiatry 24 (S1), 1-1, 2009
212009
Coding by choice: A transitional analysis of social participation patterns and programming contributions in the online Scratch community
DA Fields, YB Kafai, MT Giang
Mass collaboration and education, 209-240, 2016
192016
Transgressive Gender Play: Profiles and Portraits of Girl Players in a Tween Virtual World.
YB Kafai, DA Fields, MT Giang
DiGRA Conference, 2009
172009
Social interactions in virtual worlds: Patterns and profiles of tween relationship play
MT Giang, YB Kafai, DA Fields, KA Searle
Computer Games and New Media Cultures, 543-555, 2012
132012
Programming in the wild: Patterns of computational participation in the Scratch online social networking forum
DA Fields, MT Giang, YB Kafai
Proceedings of the 9th workshop in primary and secondary computing education …, 2014
122014
Stitching the Loop with Electronic Textiles: Promoting Equity in High School Students' Competencies and Perceptions of Computer Science
YB Kafai, DA Fields, DA Lui, JT Walker, MS Shaw, G Jayathirtha, ...
Proceedings of the 50th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science …, 2019
112019
Participation by choice: a transitional analysis of patterns in social networking and coding contributions in the online Scratch community
DA Fields, YB Kafai, MT Giang
Mass collaboration and education, 209-240, 2016
72016
Mixed methods for mixed reality: Overcoming methodological challenges to understand user activity in a massive multi-user virtual environment
D Feldon, YB Kafai, M Giang, M Quintero, DA Fields
62007
Connecting the online world to self-expression and identity development
MT Giang
University of California, Los Angeles, 2010
42010
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