A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF STRESS, TRAUMA, WELL-BEING, AND FUTURE ORIENTATION AMONG COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS

Melinda LeMaster
This study measured perceived stress, past trauma, well-being, and future orientation in a sample of community college students located in the Southeast United States. The sample included 412 participants (78%) female; 59% of student participants reported living in a rural community and 41% in a non-rural community. The mean age was 22 for 70% of participants, while 30% were over age 30. Framed by Family Stress Theory and Human Ecological Systems Theory, the study tested...
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