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Understanding Resilience Within the Military Family
In 2011, around one million service members or 43% of military members were parents (Beardslee et al., 2011). Military spouses and children now outnumber military service members 1.4 to 1, with more than 1.2 million dependent ...
Friendship Selection Among African Americans
Colorism (intra and inter-racial discrimination based upon skin-tone) has been viewed as pervasive among African American women. Substantial research has suggested that there are negative effects of colorism on several ...
SELF-COMPASSION: A PROTECTIVE FACTOR FOR THE PERSISTENCE OF MEXICAN AND MEXICAN AMERICAN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
by Laura Preciado, Ph.D. Washington State University July 2018 Chair: Brian McNeill The purpose of this research is to expand what is known about the factors that support the academic persistence of Mexican and Mexican ...