'Mixed white and Black Caribbean' millennials in Britain: An exploration of identity
AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractThis study presents a qualitative exploration of individuals identifying as ‘mixed white and Black Caribbean’ (MWBC) in Britain. The focus of this research aimed to answer the question, 'how do mixed white and Black Caribbean millennials in Britain experience their identity?' Six participants, aged 22–31 years, were interviewed about their family, relationships and personal values. The results were analysed using interpretative phenomenological analysis and highlighted three main themes: ‘Public Perception’, ‘Caribbean Heritage’ and ‘Conversations’. Each theme was analysed from an integrative psychotherapeutic viewpoint, before concluding with suggestions for counsellors and psychotherapists working with this client group in clinical practice.
CitationClarke, Y., (2021). 'Mixed white and Black Caribbean' millennials in Britain: An exploration of identity'. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research.
JournalCounselling and Psychotherapy Research
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