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22-4-2020 12:00 AM

Abstract

This qualitative research aims to analyze and better understand how the quality of earlier relationship influences later relationships in emerging adulthood for Latinx college students. This phenomenological investigation analyzed focus group data to explore Latinx culture through thematic analysis. Results revealed that secondary themes such as cultural values, closeness, cultural expectations, and parental expectations on sibling relations are closely involved in influencing our primary theme, factors influencing identity, which seems to be salient in sibling relationships.

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185— Influences of Early Relationships in Latinx College Students

This qualitative research aims to analyze and better understand how the quality of earlier relationship influences later relationships in emerging adulthood for Latinx college students. This phenomenological investigation analyzed focus group data to explore Latinx culture through thematic analysis. Results revealed that secondary themes such as cultural values, closeness, cultural expectations, and parental expectations on sibling relations are closely involved in influencing our primary theme, factors influencing identity, which seems to be salient in sibling relationships.

 

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