Parent conflict as a mediator between marianismo beliefs and depressive symptoms for Mexican American college women

Brandy Watson, Linda G. Castillo, Lizette Ojeda, Kimberly M. Rodriguez

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Abstract

Objective: The purpose of this study is to examine how marianismo is related to the depressive symptoms of Mexican American women with family conflict as a mediator. Participants: During January of 2010, 170 Mexican American women college students in a southern, Hispanic-serving institution were sampled. Methods: A mediation analysis was conducted to determine if parent conflict mediates the relationship between marianismo values and depressive symptoms. Results: Results from Barron and Kenny’s1 mediation analysis method, in conjunction with a Sobel test indicated that parent conflict significantly mediated the relation between marianismo and depressive symptoms. Conclusion: Findings and implications of the mediation will be discussed for the mental health and treatment of Mexican American women college students.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)491-496
JournalJournal of American College Health
StatePublished - 2013

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