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This research examines familial influences on the educational and occupational aspirations of second-generation Lao American college students. In-depth, individual interviews were conducted with 10 Lao American college students. Findings from this study illustrate the value of familial relationships in students' educational experiences and how these relationships are perceived to have considerable influence on students' aspirations. Consistent with previous studies on aspiration development,doi:10.7771/2153-8999.1133 fatcat:lljsxahb5ffq5kayo7s5yul5qi