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Understanding the connection between minority stress and identity development in self-identified and questioning lesbians
Using a minority stress framework, this study examined the relationship between internalized homophobia, perceived discrimination, concealment, experience of prejudice events and identity development in lesbians. The purpose ...
One of my kids used to sit in that empty seat: Changes in personal and professional beliefs of classroom teachers after the death of a student
The research for this study was based on the desire to find out how teachers change after they experience the death of a student. I focused on two research questions: "What changes in the personal beliefs about grief, ...
Identifying protective factors commonly associated with the nature of resilience among female adults who have been sexually abused as children
Research suggests that adult women who have experienced childhood sexual abuse (CSA) vary on whether and how they experience long-term effects. According to current literature, the variation appears to be due to risk and ...
Class construction: White working-class student identity in the new millennium
Class Construction: White Working-Class Student Identity Construction in the New Millennium explores the identity development of a group of white working-class high school students in a deindustrialized area of the Northeast. ...
Conceptual models of atmospheric space: A study of knowledge and concepts derived from direct and indirect experience of atmospheric dynamics
This research considers the question of how the everyday experience of atmospheric dynamics influence how we think about the weather. It builds upon a diverse array of loosely coupled studies on topics related to atmospheric ...