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Abstract

This research involves understanding the complex ways Trans and Non-binary students navigate interpersonal relationships. Much research has been done on the positive impacts of enrolling students with diverse cultural and social identities. However, there is a lack of research that seeks to understand if Trans and Non-binary students are thriving on campus so that we can be certain how Trans and Non-binary students are doing. This project is conducted by a literature review to better understand the contribution of gender diversity to university campuses alongside understanding the complex and diverse experiences of Trans and Non-binary students.

Presentation Date

Summer 7-24-2017

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Milo Obourn

Event

McNair Summer Research Conference

Keywords

Experience, Interpersonal relationships, Trans, Non-binary, Transgender, lgbtq, LGBTQ, Students, Higher Education, College, University, Brockport

Disciplines

Gender and Sexuality | Inequality and Stratification | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social Psychology and Interaction | Social Work | Sociology

Trans and Non-binary students navigating relationships

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