Adriana M. Manago, Ph.D.

University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Development, Culture, Digital Media
"Adriana Manago"
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Patricia M. Greenfield grad student 2011 UCLA
 (Shifting Meanings for Gender and the Family Among the Maya in Chiapas, Mexico.)
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Manago AM. (2015) Values for gender roles and relations among high school and non-high school adolescents in a Maya community in Chiapas, Mexico. International Journal of Psychology : Journal International De Psychologie. 50: 20-8
Weinstock M, Ganayiem M, Igbaryia R, et al. (2015) Societal Change and Values in Arab Communities in Israel: Intergenerational and Rural–Urban Comparisons Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 46: 19-38
Manago AM. (2014) Connecting Societal Change to Value Differences Across Generations: Adolescents, Mothers, and Grandmothers in a Maya Community in Southern Mexico Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 45: 868-887
Manago AM, Greenfield PM, Kim JL, et al. (2014) Changing cultural pathways through gender role and sexual development: A theoretical framework Ethos. 42: 198-221
Manago AM. (2013) Negotiating a sexy masculinity on social networking sites Feminism and Psychology. 23: 478-497
Manago AM, Taylor T, Greenfield PM. (2012) Me and my 400 friends: the anatomy of college students' Facebook networks, their communication patterns, and well-being. Developmental Psychology. 48: 369-80
Manago AM. (2012) The New Emerging Adult in Chiapas, Mexico: Perceptions of Traditional Values and Value Change Among First-Generation Maya University Students Journal of Adolescent Research. 27: 663-713
Manago AM, Greenfield PM. (2011) The Construction of Independent Values among Maya Women at the Forefront of Social Change: Four Case Studies Ethos. 39: 1-29
Manago AM, Graham MB, Greenfield PM, et al. (2008) Self-presentation and gender on MySpace Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 29: 446-458
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