Date of Degree Completion
Master of Science (MS)
Mental Health Counseling
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
This was the first study exploring the relationship between the belief in a just world, identity development, and social justice advocacy (SJA). A mixed methods design was conducted using a nationwide sample of ninety-seven counselor-in-training participants. Hypotheses included positive correlation between identity development and SJA, negative correlation between belief in a just world and SJA, and negative correlation between belief in a just world and identity development. Results were not significant but provided implications for future research and counselor training programs.
Rundlett, Sara, "Just World Beliefs, Identity Development, and Social Justice Advocacy of Counselor Trainees" (2017). All Master's Theses. 785.
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