Corinna Sales

Corinna’s research interests focuses on how the different aspects that make up one’s identity affect one’s social and psychological experience. She’s especially interested in immigrant families, and how different members in intergenerational immigrant families acculturate to Western society at different rates, thus perhaps leaving the family at a higher risk for familial conflict. While race/ethnicity is one of her main focuses, she is also interested in the intersectionality of gender and class, and the psychological effects they may have.

Corinna is set to receive her B.A.s in  Psychology and Sociology from the University of California, Santa Cruz in the Spring of 2018.