Bicultural involvement and adjustment in Hispanic-American youths

@inproceedings{Szapocznik1980BiculturalIA,
  title={Bicultural involvement and adjustment in Hispanic-American youths},
  author={Jos{\'e} Szapocznik and William M. Kurtines and T Fern{\'a}ndez},
  year={1980}
}
Abstract This article discusses two dimensions of bicultural involvement and reports on the development and validation of a biculturalism and a cultural involvement scale for operationalizing both of these dimensions. Subjects for this study consisted of Hispanic-American junior high school students living in the Greater Miami area. Both scales proved to be reliable and valid for Cuban-Americans. Theoretical and clinical implications of biculturalism to adjustment are discussed, and data to… CONTINUE READING

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