Social Medias As an Agent In the Political Socialization of Second Generation Latines
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Previous scholarship in political socialization has asserted the influence of parents and peers but is yet to address the influence of social media on the socialization process. Furthermore, within the growing literature of Latine politics and political psychology, the exploration of a bi directional process with social media as a leading agent has not been fully explored. This thesis seeks to contribute to the literature by exploring the way social media has facilitated the introduction to politics to second generation Latines.