Is There a Paradox of Adaptation in Immigrant Children and Youth Across Europe? A Literature Review

@inproceedings{Dimitrova2017IsTA,
  title={Is There a Paradox of Adaptation in Immigrant Children and Youth Across Europe? A Literature Review},
  author={R. Dimitrova and S. {\"O}zdemir and Diana Farcas and M. Kosic and Stefanos Mastrotheodoros and J. Michałek and Delia Stefenel},
  year={2017}
}
This review examines how well children of immigrants in Europe are doing in terms of educational, psychological, and behavioral outcomes. Based on theory and research in developmental, social and acculturation psychology fields, we explore the immigrant paradox (e.g., first-generation immigrant children show better adaptation in comparison to their native and second-generation counterparts) and migration morbidity (e.g., immigrants display less favorable outcomes than natives) in 102 studies… Expand
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