“We’re all affected by it”:A Mixed-Method Study of Familismo, CVE & PTSD in Latinx Urban Adolescents

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  1. Ashley C. Harvey
  2. Daisy Montero
  3. Ashley F. Soto

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Within the United States, Latinx urban teens often experience high rates of community violence exposure (CVE). Yet, there is little research that ties the cultural value of Familismo-a commonly held value in the Latinx population which may act as a protective factor in the context of CVE-with symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In this study, we examine if greater Familismo moderate...

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