Texas College Students' Perceptions of Family Services [Texas Woman's University]

Authors

  • Megan Gross Texas Woman's University
  • Annamayil Manohar Texas Woman's University
  • Katherine K. Rose Texas Woman's University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47611/jsr.vi.712

Keywords:

family, services, agencies, non-profit, government,

Abstract

The purpose of this research project is to examine Texas college students’ perceptions about family services. Opinions that students develop regarding family services may influence their willingness to report or refer to appropriate services as professionals. Though there is little research over student perceptions, there is literature on parent perception of services their child receives. Murray-Labriolaet al. (2015) found that after a child received family-centered services, parents viewed that particular service in a positive light. However, Staniforth, Deane, & Beddoe(2016) found that the media is the largest influence on the perceptions of social services by the public, and that media presentation of social services are strongly negative. This same study also found a positive correlation between education level and positive opinions of social services. This study seeks to fill this gap in the literature by examining the perceptions Texas college students have about different types of social services, as well as the experiences that they feel most affect those perceptions.

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Author Biographies

Megan Gross, Texas Woman's University

Student at Texas Woman's University

Annamayil Manohar, Texas Woman's University

Student

Katherine K. Rose, Texas Woman's University

Faculty

Published

2019-05-01

How to Cite

Gross, M., Manohar, A., & Rose, K. K. (2019). Texas College Students’ Perceptions of Family Services [Texas Woman’s University]. Journal of Student Research. https://doi.org/10.47611/jsr.vi.712