Perceived discrimination, schooling arrangements and psychological adjustments of rural-to-urban migrant children in Beijing, China

@inproceedings{Chen2014PerceivedDS,
  title={Perceived discrimination, schooling arrangements and psychological adjustments of rural-to-urban migrant children in Beijing, China},
  author={Lihua Chen and Shaobing Su and Xiaoming Li and Cheuk Chi Tam and Danhua Lin},
  booktitle={Health psychology and behavioral medicine},
  year={2014}
}
Objectives: The global literature has revealed potential negative impacts of migration and discrimination on individual's psychological adjustments. However, the psychological adjustments among internal migrant children in developing countries are rarely assessed. This study simultaneously examines perceived discrimination and schooling arrangements in relation to psychological adjustments among rural-to-urban migrant children in China. Methods: A sample of 657 migrant children was recruited in… CONTINUE READING

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