Research on cultural socialization, the process in which individuals learn messages regarding the traditions and values of their culture (Hughes et al., 2006), has dedicated little attention to Latinx and Asian American groups. This study examined whether an interdependent self-construal (i.e., viewing oneself as connected to others and endorsing behaviors that depend on others; Singelis, 1994) was a mediator between cultural socialization and ethnic identity for these two groups.
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- Ethnic Studies
- Counseling psychology
- Asian studies
- Asian American
- cultural socialization
- Ethnic Identity
- Interdependent Self-Construal
- Hispanic Americans--Psychology.
- Hispanic Americans
- Hispanic Americans--Ethnic identity.
- Hispanic Americans--Cultural assimilation.
- Asian Americans--Psychology.
- Asian Americans--Ethnic identity.
- Asian Americans--Cultural assimilation.
- Asian Americans
- Partial requirement for: M.A., Arizona State University, 2017Note typethesis
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 25-32)Note typebibliography
- Field of study: Counseling psychology