A test of the domain-specific acculturation strategy hypothesis.

@article{Miller2013ATO,
  title={A test of the domain-specific acculturation strategy hypothesis.},
  author={Matthew James Miller and Minji Yang and Robert H Lim and Kayi Hui and Na-Yeun Choi and Xiaoyan Fan and Li-Ling Lin and Rebekah Grome and Jerome A Farrell and Sha'kema Blackmon},
  journal={Cultural diversity & ethnic minority psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={19 1},
  pages={1-12}
}
Acculturation literature has evolved over the past several decades and has highlighted the dynamic ways in which individuals negotiate experiences in multiple cultural contexts. The present study extends this literature by testing M. J. Miller and R. H. Lim's (2010) domain-specific acculturation strategy hypothesis-that individuals might use different acculturation strategies (i.e., assimilated, bicultural, separated, and marginalized strategies; J. W. Berry, 2003) across behavioral and values… CONTINUE READING
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