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- Acculturation and Adaptation in First-Generation Immigrants to New Zealand
- Berry, J. Acculturation and adaptation in a new society
- Acculturation, Adaptation and Loneliness among Brazilian Migrants Living in Portugal
Acculturation and Adaptation in First-Generation Immigrants to New Zealand
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Please note that corrections may take a couple of weeks to filter through the various RePEc services. Economic literature: papers , articles , software , chapters , books. FRED data. Over the last several years, as new waves of immigrants have continued to enter the United States, the effects of immigration on the nation?
Largely ignored in the debate, however, has been the wellbeing of immigrant children. Little is known about the adaptation process that these children must navigate, or the unique health, educational, and psychosocial consequences that emerge as they learn a new culture, new community, and often, a new language. Recent research confirms that immigration results in enormous stress for children. The stress may come from leaving a familiar social context and extended family network, from entering a new place, culture, and language, or from harsh conditions endured before or during the transitional journey.
Many immigrant children struggle to establish and re-establish themselves in the United States? For adolescent immigrants, the stress can be even more intense. Intergenerational conflict can weigh heaviest on adolescents when parents begin to notice their children? These adolescents have to balance two different worlds and move fluidly between them.
Experts agree that being connected and accepted is an important component of adolescent development.
Children who do not connect in some meaningful way with their peers, family, or school are at an increased risk of suicide, substance abuse, school failure and drop-out, health problems, and criminal activity. In some cases, the added pressures of the acculturation process may exacerbate these risks. In particular, immigrant children may be alienated from school and rejected by their native-born peers because of their lack of fluency in English or their different cultural practices.
Research has typically focused on the? This negative orientation contributes to the idea that individual children are to be blamed for their poor adjustment or performance and often ignores the impact of institutional racism, or more broadly, the particular socioeconomic, political, and historical contexts of the host and receiving countries. In addition to these external factors, the negative approach also tends to overlook the crucial role of ethnic peer groups, social networks, and parent-child relationships in the process of adjusting to a new environment while maintaining traditional values and beliefs.
Recent studies have demonstrated that a? For example, bicultural competence? While it gives reason for optimism, the research is also clear that immigrant children have unique needs, and that schools should address these needs proactively.
Many immigrant students appear to overcome their obstacles and excel academically. But what is the toll on their mental health? How are they adapting psychosocially? Often, seemingly competent students are left to manage the mental and emotional stress alone, with serious consequences for their later quality of life.
Other immigrant students find the obstacles too difficult to overcome. How can struggling students be better supported so that they are both better able to learn and to adapt in the long-term? Schools, where mainstream cultural norms and values are introduced and reinforced, are often the context in which the adaptation and acculturation processes occur. While efforts have been made in the last several years to improve English acquisition and educational outcomes among immigrant children, these initiatives have only scratched the surface; they have not comprehensively supported these children as they undergo not only the usual stresses of childhood, but also the additional burden of major family transition and life change as a result of immigration.
The literature suggests the need to explore individual, group, and external forces at work in the families, communities, and schools where immigrant children are finding their places and building the foundation for their futures. Efforts to design appropriate, efficient, and effective interventions to support immigrant children will depend upon a comprehensive theoretical and practical understanding of the challenges facing immigrant children, as well as careful analysis of the practices and policies that have been implemented to date.
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Berry, J. Acculturation and adaptation in a new society
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Published Contact: Colleen Ward. This research examined Acculturation and Adaptation in first generation immigrants in New Zealand. The research participants ranged in age from and originated from 35 countries worldwide, although the largest groups were Indian, Pakistani, Chinese and Filipino. The research addressed three major questions. Research participants completed surveys that assessed real and ideal behaviours similarity to members of original culture and similarity to New Zealanders , acculturation strategies integration, separation, marginalization, and assimilation , intercultural relations perceived discrimination and perceptions of New Zealanders and adaptation psychological and sociocultural.
Acculturation is a process of social, psychological, and cultural change that stems from the balancing of two cultures while adapting to the prevailing culture of the society. Acculturation is a process in which an individual adopts, acquires and adjusts to a new cultural environment. The effects of acculturation can be seen at multiple levels in both the devotee of the prevailing culture and those who are assimilating into the culture.
Acculturation refers to the changes that individuals undergo following intercultural contact. This study, using acculturation strategies, looks to answer to four questions: 1 what is the relationship between intercultural strategies and loneliness? The mean length of residence in Portugal was 14 years.
This study explores how acculturation is related to adaptation across different life spheres for Soviet Jewish refugee adolescents in a suburban community in Maryland. Because the different contexts of refugee adolescents' lives vary in acculturative demands, different patterns of acculturation should be related to adaptation in different life spheres.
Acculturation, Adaptation and Loneliness among Brazilian Migrants Living in Portugal
The problems immigrants experience during the process of their psychological and sociocultural adaptation to the host culture have far-reaching effects in terms of mental health, employment and lost benefits for the whole society. General models of the acculturation process Ward and acculturation strategies Berry provide a basis for the analysis of those problems. The current study employed a qualitative, case-oriented design, based on the grounded theory method to analyse interviews with six Russian-speaking immigrants in New Zealand. The purpose of the study was to investigate, from a psychological perspective, the problems in adaptation as a result of migration and resettlement, and the factors that influence this process. Two distinct patterns were revealed, linked to acculturation strategies of integration and separation. All the participants experienced high levels of psychological distress in the initial stage of their resettlement, but those who later chose the integration strategy of acculturation were more successful and satisfied with their adaptation than those who chose the strategy of separation.
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Acculturation and Adaptation in a New Society. J. W. Berry*. INTRODUCTION. The process of migrant adaptation has been studied for over half a century.