Finneran K Muzzey

Finneran K Muzzey
Michigan State University | MSU · Department of Human Development and Family Studies

Master of Arts

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We sought to explore the type and function of support networks of transmasculine and nonbinary young adults (TNBYA) during their chosen name transition. We conducted 12 in-depth, semi-structured qualitative interviews (2018) to understand who was providing support and how that support was given among Midwestern United States TNBYA who had transitio...
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In response to the #MeToo movement, #HowIWillChange was intended to engage men and boys in the ongoing discussion about sexual violence by asking them to evaluate their role in sustaining rape culture. We collected publicly available tweets containing #HowIWillChange from Twitter’s application programming interface on October 26, 2017 via NCapture...
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Purpose: Chosen name use can enhance the psychological well-being among transgender and nonbinary young adults (TNBYA). However, little is known about how support networks may enhance or inhibit the well-being of TNBYA while transitioning to a chosen name. The current study describes support networks of TNBYA and how those support networks function...
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Background and Purpose: Dating violence is a prevalent concern of adolescent women’s romantic relationships. Power equity in relationships related to decision-making has the potential to buffer against experiences of dating violence among adolescent women, however, this has only been examined in cisgender heterosexual adolescent women’s relationshi...

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