Session: Emerging issues on youth (YOUTH) (Society for Social Work and Research 23rd Annual Conference - Ending Gender Based, Family and Community Violence)

289 Emerging issues on youth (YOUTH)

Sunday, January 20, 2019: 8:00 AM-9:30 AM
Union Square 21 Tower 3, 4th Floor (Hilton San Francisco)
Cluster: Race and Ethnicity (R&E)
Elizabeth Anthony, PhD, Arizona State University
* noted as presenting author
Disproportionate Minority Contact: The Missing Perspectives of Minority Youth
Van Nguyen, MSW, University of Utah; Michael Riquino, MSW, University of Utah; Sarah Priddy, MSSW, University of Utah; Jen Molloy, MSW, University of Utah; Jason Castillo, PhD, University of Utah
Racial Discrimination and Bicultural Identities Among Asian American Youths: The Mediating Role of Ethnic-Racial Socialization
Bongki Woo, PhD, University of South Carolina; Dale Dagar Maglalang, MA, MSW, Boston College; Samuel Ko, MA, Boston College; Michael Park, MSW, University of Chicago; Yoonsun Choi, PhD, University of Chicago; David Takeuchi, PhD, Boston College
Adverse Childhood Experiences and Depression Among Multiracial Adolescents: Is Anxiety a Mediator?
Joseph Conrad, BA, Western Michigan University; Bridget Weller, Ph.D., Western Michigan University
The Role of Bilingualism in Latino Youth Experiences of Acculturation Stress and Ethnic Identity Development When Living in an Emerging Latino Community
Jaime Booth, PhD, University of Pittsburgh; Christina Huerta, MSW, University of Pittsburgh; Brandon Thomas, University of Pittsburgh
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