Majority Acculturation Orientations Toward “Valued” and “Devalued” Immigrants

  title={Majority Acculturation Orientations Toward “Valued” and “Devalued” Immigrants},
  author={Annie Montreuil and Richard Y. Bourhis},
  journal={Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology},
  pages={698 - 719}
The Interactive Acculturation Model was recently proposed to better account for relations between immigrant and dominant host majority members depending on their respective acculturation orientations. The Host Community Acculturation Scale (HCAS) was used to measure the following five acculturation orientations toward “valued” and “devalued” immigrants: integrationism, assimilationism, segregationism, exclusionism, and individualism. Results obtained with Quebecois francophone host majority… 

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