Relational Health, Ethnic Identity, and Well-Being of College Students of Color: A Strengths-Based Perspective
This article includes the research methodology and results of a study that examined relational cultural theory to reveal how relational health and ethnic identity contribute to overall well-being in a sample of students of color. Research revealed two patterns of relationships between the variables and illuminated the complexity of how relational health and ethnic identity can be important factors contributing to overall well-being of students of color.
- Identify the relational and cultural elements of Relational Cultural Theory (RCT).
- Identify the two main components of ethnic identity.
- Describe the methodology used to conduct the research study.
- Identify the measures used to assess relational health, ethnic identity, satisfaction with life, and positive and negative affect.
- Christa K. Schmidt, PhD, Towson University, Towson, Maryland.
- Sarah Piontkowski, University of Maryland, College Park.
- Trisha L. Raque-Bogdan, PhD, University of Maryland, College Park.
- Kathryn Schaefer Ziemer, University of Maryland, College Park.
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