Longitudinal linkages among parent-child acculturation discrepancy, parenting, parent-child sense of alienation, and adolescent adjustment in Chinese immigrant families.

@article{Kim2013LongitudinalLA,
  title={Longitudinal linkages among parent-child acculturation discrepancy, parenting, parent-child sense of alienation, and adolescent adjustment in Chinese immigrant families.},
  author={Su Yeong Kim and Qi Chen and Yijie Wang and Yishan Shen and Diana Orozco-Lapray},
  journal={Developmental psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={49 5},
  pages={900-12}
}
Parent-child acculturation discrepancy is a risk factor in the development of children in immigrant families. Using a longitudinal sample of Chinese immigrant families, the authors of the current study examined how unsupportive parenting and parent-child sense of alienation sequentially mediate the relationship between parent-child acculturation discrepancy and child adjustment during early and middle adolescence. Acculturation discrepancy scores were created using multilevel modeling to take… CONTINUE READING
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