Please keep all the questions in the paper Machismo and higher education:

Please keep all the questions in the paper
Machismo and higher education: Examining the relation between caballerismo and ethnic identity, support seeking, and sense of connectedness among college Latinos
What are the major themes and/or concepts discussed by the author(s)?
How does the author(s) frame this concept, construct, or developmental concern in a fresh or unfamiliar way? This may involve describing concepts or terms that are new to you, identifying a different methodology for examining these ideas, or how the author references a study that you were previously unfamiliar with, for example.
What new inference (“IF-AND-THEN”) or logical assumption can you make by applying the author’s ideas to your own existing knowledge about this topic? Elaborate on your inference.
How can you apply the theory/theme/concept to an issue in family science, early education, counseling, or human development research, teaching, or practice (beyond what the author(s) has/have described)?
Develop one question to pose to the class based on your reading and reflection.
The Misunderstood Schema of the Strong Black Woman: Exploring Its Mental Health Consequences and Coping Responses Among African American Women
1. What are the major themes and/or concepts discussed by the author(s)?
2. How does the author(s) frame this concept, construct, or developmental concern in a fresh or unfamiliar way? This may involve describing concepts or terms that are new to you, identifying a different methodology for examining these ideas, or how the author references a study that you were previously unfamiliar with, for example.
3. What new inference (“IF-AND-THEN”) or logical assumption can you make by applying the author’s ideas to your own existing knowledge about this topic? Elaborate on your inference.
4. How can you apply the theory/theme/concept to an issue in family science, early education, counseling, or human development research, teaching, or practice (beyond what the author(s) has/have described)?
5. Develop one question to pose to the class based on your reading and reflection.