By Tara M. Johnson
Acculturation is the alternate of cultural gains that effects while teams of people having diverse cultures come into non-stop first hand touch; the unique cultural styles of both or either teams could be altered, however the teams stay unique. This e-book gathers the most up-tp-date examine within the research of acculturation from around the globe. a few issues mentioned during this compilation are acculturation and its impact on adolescent interpersonal and self-directed violence; acculturation good fortune in employment between chinese language migrants from the Mainland to Hong Kong; and, the dynamics of second-culture acquisition for Latino immigrant youth.
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Only one of the seven Latino studies found the opposite relationship and showed low acculturation as a risk factor for suicide (Ng, 1996). Investigations of suicidal behavior in A/PI youth were rare. , 2000). Lau and her colleagues (2002) considered the moderating role of family conflict and found a significant interaction between acculturation and parent–adolescent conflict. When conflict was high, less acculturated youths were at higher risk of suicide than the more acculturated group. When conflict was low, there was no significant difference in suicide risk for the two acculturation groups.
1998). , 2002; Hovey, 1998; Hovey and King, 1996), studied samples of Mexican or Mexican American participants. , 1995). , 1992) and one (Smokowski and Bacallao, 2006) used a sample of predominantly Mexican adolescents living in either North Carolina or Arizona. , 2003) examined nationally representative survey samples of youth. , 1982) to 18,097 adolescents (Bui and Thongniromol, 2005). Only four of the studies on Latino interpersonal violence had samples with fewer than 300 participants, and 14 of the articles had samples with more than 500 participants.
Sexually active Latinas would benefit from prevention programs that increase their knowledge and skills for avoiding dating violence and sexual assault. Family-based strategies to lower acculturation stress and conflict would be particularly helpful given that family functioning appears to mediate the relationship between acculturation and youth violence.