Exploring Role Identity and Resistance as a Complex System amongst Doctoral and Undergraduate STEM Students

Anne McAlister
STEM students assume many roles, including engineer, researcher, educator, and student, through which multiple role identities may form. When social expectations of roles become internalized, they become role identities. Role identities, especially engineering or science identity, relate to persistence and belonging in STEM. Roles that students take on can represent the culture of the institution and academia at large; thus, understanding academic role identity and how institutional norms may influence role identity is important in...
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