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Ethnic Identity, Immigration, and Well‐Being: An Interactional Perspective
On the basis of existing theory and research regarding ethnic identity and immigration and our own empirical work in four immigrant-receiving countries, we suggest an interactional model forExpand
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Immigration, acculturation and the paradox of adaptation in Europe
Drawing from the International Comparative Study of Ethnocultural Youth (ICSEY) dataset, this paper examines the immigrant paradox phenomenon among a group of immigrant youth in five EuropeanExpand
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Acculturation and Stress
In this study, a model of migration contingencies and acculturative stress was developed on the basis of the acculturation model of Berry et al. and a similar model by Beiser. The study aimed atExpand
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Acculturation and Psychological Well-Being among Immigrant Adolescents in Finland
This study investigated the effects of acculturation on the psychological well-being of immigrant adolescents. The respondents were 11 to 20 years old, originally from the former Soviet Union,Expand
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Perceived Discrimination, Social Support Networks, and Psychological Well-being Among Three Immigrant Groups
The authors addressed the specific role of and contradictory results previously obtained regarding ethnic versus host support networks in influencing directly and/or buffering the impact of perceivedExpand
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Cultural Identity, Perceived Discrimination, and Parental Support as Determinants of Immigrants’ School Adjustments:
This study focuses on factors predicting school adjustment of immigrant adolescents. One hundred seventy-five immigrant adolescents of Vietnamese origin in Finland (ages 13 to 18) were compared withExpand
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The influence of experiences of discrimination on psychological stress: A comparison of seven immigrant groups.
The aim of this study was to compare experiences of discrimination and their influence on trust in authorities and psychological distress among immigrants in Finland. A sample of 1146 immigrants,Expand
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The interactive nature of acculturation: perceived discrimination, acculturation attitudes and stress among young ethnic repatriates in Finland, Israel and Germany
Abstract This study focused on young ethnic repatriates from the former Soviet Union in Finland (N=170), Germany (N=102) and Israel (N=298). We studied whether the acculturation orientations of theExpand
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