Acculturation, acculturative stressors, and family relationships among Latina/o immigrants.

@article{Bostean2017AcculturationAS,
  title={Acculturation, acculturative stressors, and family relationships among Latina/o immigrants.},
  author={Georgiana Bostean and Brian Joseph Gillespie},
  journal={Cultural diversity & ethnic minority psychology},
  year={2017},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={
          126-138
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Family relationships, widely recognized as core to Latino cultures, are known to vary for Latina/o immigrants based on time in the United States. Less is known about (a) how acculturation explains differences in family relationships by time in the US, and (b) whether acculturative stressors influence different aspects of immigrants' family relationships. Drawing on an expanded acculturation framework, we explore whether and how attitudinal familism, family contact, and family… CONTINUE READING
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