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Immigrant Youth: Acculturation, Identity, and Adaptation
Cet article presente plusieurs des principaux resultats d’une grande etude internationale sur l’acculturation et l’adaptation de jeunes immigres (âges de 13 a 18 ans) qui se sont implantes dans
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 for
Immigrant Youth in Cultural Transition : Acculturation, Identity, and Adaptation Across National Contexts
Contents: K. Phalet, Foreword. Preface. J.W. Berry, J.S. Phinney, K. Kwak, D.L. Sam, Introduction: Goals and Research Framework for Studying Immigrant Youth. J.W. Berry, C. Westin, E. Virta, P.
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 European
Relationship between peer victimization, cyberbullying, and suicide in children and adolescents: a meta-analysis.
Peer victimization is a risk factor for child and adolescent suicidal ideation and attempts and schools should use evidence-based practices to reduce bullying.