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Acculturation, Internet use, and psychological well-being among Chinese international students

@article{Li2013AcculturationIU,
  title={Acculturation, Internet use, and psychological well-being among Chinese international students},
  author={Jiaqi Li and Xun Liu and Tianlan Wei and William Lan},
  journal={Journal of International Students},
  year={2013},
  volume={3},
  pages={155-166}
}
AbstractIn this study, the authors examined the relationships of acculturation as measured with two subscales of cultural maintenance and cultural assimilation, Internet use, and psychological wellbeing among Chinese international students. A total of 170 Chinese international students participated in this study. Bivariate correlation analyses revealed that an individual can identify with two different cultures, minority and dominant culture. Results of multiple regression indicated that… Expand

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