Latino adolescents’ ethnic identity is topic of talk

September 27, 2012 12:30 pm
September 27, 2012 2:00 pm
SEA (Seay Building) 4.244

Adrianna Umana-Taylor will present a talk titled “Latino Adolescents’ Ethnic Identity: Examining Development and Context.” Umana Taylor’s talk is part of the on-going colloquia sponsored by the Department of Human Development and Family Sciences.

Umana-Taylor is a professor in the School of Social Family Dynamics, Arizona State University. She uses an ecological approach to inform her research, taking into account how individuals and families influence and are influenced by their surrounding ecologies. Generally, her research focuses on ethnic identity formation during adolescence and parent-adolescent relationships.