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