Document Type

Article - On Campus Only

Publication Date

2015

Abstract

Counselors are learning ways to promote well-being among Latinas/os. This study tested the hypothesis that caballerismo, a prosocial form of masculinity, would predict subjective well-being among a sample of predominantly Mexican/Mexican American men. The moderating role of religious involvement was also tested and hypothesized as having a bolstering effect. Results supported the main hypotheses. Implications are discussed as they concern counseling, training, and future research. Los consejeros están aprendiendo formas de promover el bienestar entre la comunidad latina. Este estudio examinó la hipótesis de que el caballerismo, una forma de masculinidad de orientación social, podría predecir el bienestar subjetivo en una muestra de hombres.

Recommended Citation

Estrada, Fernando, and G.Miguel Arciniega. “Positive Masculinity Among Latino Men and the Direct and Indirect Effects on Well-Being.” Journal of Multicultural Counseling & Development, vol. 43, no. 3, July 2015, pp. 191–205. doi:10.1002/jmcd.12014.

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