Title

Safety First: Minority Individuals' Perception of Safety as Influenced by News Media

Conference Strand

Research and Theory

Abstract

This session will detail an original phenomenological study examining minority university students' perceptions of safety and how they perceived the news media to have influenced their feelings of safety. The research process, findings and conclusions will be discussed, as will the ways in which the counseling community can better support minority individuals who feel unsafe.

Description

This session will detail an original phenomenological study examining minority university students' perceptions of safety and how they perceived the news media to have influenced their feelings of safety. The research process, findings and conclusions will be discussed, as will the ways in which the counseling community can better support minority individuals who feel unsafe.

Evidence

Presenter will provide.

Format

Individual Presentations

Biographical Sketch

Presenter will provide.

Location

Session One Breakouts: Embassy Suites Salon B

Start Date

2-7-2020 2:30 PM

End Date

2-7-2020 3:45 PM

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Safety First: Minority Individuals' Perception of Safety as Influenced by News Media

Session One Breakouts: Embassy Suites Salon B

This session will detail an original phenomenological study examining minority university students' perceptions of safety and how they perceived the news media to have influenced their feelings of safety. The research process, findings and conclusions will be discussed, as will the ways in which the counseling community can better support minority individuals who feel unsafe.