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Poster

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4-21-2022

Abstract

This phenomenological research examined the interaction between sibling relationships and culture in Latinx college students. Thematic analysis revealed participants identifying strongly with Latinx culture describe the importance of inter-familial dialogue and roles in their identity development, while parental expectations and values drove identity development in participants with less cultural exposure.

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Apr 21st, 12:00 AM

19 -- The Role of Family in Latinx College Students' Developing Identities

This phenomenological research examined the interaction between sibling relationships and culture in Latinx college students. Thematic analysis revealed participants identifying strongly with Latinx culture describe the importance of inter-familial dialogue and roles in their identity development, while parental expectations and values drove identity development in participants with less cultural exposure.

 

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