Faculty Mentor

Alicia Ibaraki


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Understanding Intergenerational Conflict

This presentation will introduce findings of current research being completed here are Western Oregon University. The focus of the research is on patterns of conflict among Latinx that may come from cultural expectations. We will explore if the presence of conflict is perceived differently among those coming from a collectivistic culture and potential conflicts between emerging adults and parents. We discuss with students how these conflicts affect relationships and consequences that may emerge. As well as explore our ethnic cultural norms and experiences with conflict and non-family related issues and challenges. In addition to exploring possible conflicts the Latinx population may experience we will provide psychoeducation and coping skills that can support mental health when facing conflict.




Psychological Sciences


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