The Impact of Low Socioeconomic Status on the Mental Health and Self-Efficacy of College Students
As an intersectional phenomenon, health is affected by race, class, gender, and other social determinants. is ethnographic study examines the impact of low socioeconomic status on the mental health and self-efficacy of college students. Pre-existing literature is reviewed to provide background knowledge of intersectionality, and interviews with SUNY Geneseo students of low socioeconomic status provide first-hand accounts of structural inequality and life experiences.
"The Impact of Low Socioeconomic Status on the Mental Health and Self-Efficacy of College Students,"
Proceedings of GREAT Day: Vol. 2017, Article 5.
Available at: https://knightscholar.geneseo.edu/proceedings-of-great-day/vol2017/iss1/5