Immigrant Youth in Cultural Transition : Acculturation, Identity, and Adaptation Across National Contexts

  title={Immigrant Youth in Cultural Transition : Acculturation, Identity, and Adaptation Across National Contexts},
  author={John W. Berry and Jean S. Phinney and David Lackland Sam and Paul Vedder},
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. Vedder, R. Rooney, D. Sang, Design of the Study: Selecting Societies of Settlement and Immigrant Groups. P. Vedder, F.J.R. van de Vijver, Methodological Aspects: Studying Adolescents in 13 Countries. J.S. Phinney, J.W. Berry, P. Vedder, K. Liebkind, The Acculturation Experience: Attitudes, Identities… 
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