About This Project
Despite the abundant research on identity development, we still do not know much about the process, or how identity develops. The Identity Control theory (ICT) is a new promising model that provides insights on the micro-processes of identity development. However, only a handful of studies applied this theory. This small-scale qualitative study is the first attempt to use ICT to explore the processes of racial and ethnic identity development.
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