文化変容と心理的適応<br>Acculturation and Psychological Adaptation (Contributions in Psychology)

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文化変容と心理的適応
Acculturation and Psychological Adaptation (Contributions in Psychology)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 270 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780313323270
  • DDC分類 305.8

基本説明

Conetnts: Cultural Contact and Acculturation/ Ethnic Identity/ Intergroup Attitudes and Behaviors/ and more.

Full Description


This volume addresses the psychological impact of interethnic contact and acculturation in Latin American settings, focusing on the effects of acculturation on self-esteem among adolescents. Opening with an account of relevant theoretical and empirical literature on interethnic contact and acculturation, this book represents an acid test of the cross-cultural applicability of theory and method largely derived from research on acculturation to North American and European settings. Much research has focused on acculturation processes among ethnic immigrants and ethnic minorities leading to the impression that host or majority groups remain unchangeable during acculturation. By contrast, this volume shows that psychological changes occur in all groups involved in the contact, reinforcing the idea that acculturation is a special case of mutual influence.This book will be of special interest for researchers, scholars or students seeking to understand the acculuturation process outside North America and Europe. Strong evidence is pressented showing the development of positive ties with both one's own and other relevant groups provides a more solid basis for self-esteem than relinquishing ties to the ethnic group of reference.

Table of Contents

        Tables and Figures                         vii
Foreword ix
Ulrich Wagner
Thomas F. Pettigrew
Acknowledgments xi
Introduction 1 (1)
The Study of Acculturation: Heuristic and 2 (1)
Methodological Challenges
The Study of Acculturation: Including 3 (2)
Cultural Diversity
A Note on Organization 5 (2)
Cultural Contact and Acculturation 7 (26)
Acculturation 8 (2)
Models of Acculturation 10 (16)
A Framework for Research on Acculturation 26 (5)
with Ethnic Groups
Summary 31 (1)
Note 32 (1)
Ethnic Identity 33 (22)
Ethnic Identity as a Multidimensional 34 (5)
Construct
Understanding Ethnic Identity from the 39 (7)
Social Identity Approach
Antecedents of Ethnic Identity: Empirical 46 (6)
Evidence
Summary 52 (1)
Notes 53 (2)
Intergroup Attitudes and Behaviors 55 (28)
Groups in Contact: Basic Concepts in the 56 (7)
Social Psychology of Intergroup Relations
Understanding Intergroup Hostility 63 (13)
Intergroup Harmony: Preconditions and 76 (5)
Mechanisms
Summary 81 (1)
Note 82 (1)
Psychological Adaptation 83 (22)
Psychological Adaptation to Ethnically 84 (3)
Plural Settings
Acculturation Outcomes 87 (2)
Empirical Evidence 89 (7)
Predicting Acculturation Outcomes: 96 (6)
Research Hypotheses
Summary 102(3)
Acculturation and Psychological Adaptation: 105(16)
Methodological Issues
Participants 105(2)
Measuring Acculturation and Psychological 107(10)
Adaptation
Procedure 117(1)
Overview of the Analyses 117(2)
Summary 119(1)
Notes 120(1)
Acculturation and Psychological Adaptation: 121(40)
Research Results
A Further Test of the Structure and 121(6)
Properties of the Scales
Mapping Acculturation Strategies 127(2)
Preliminary Analyses 129(9)
Primary Analyses 138(17)
Summary 155(3)
Notes 158(3)
Conclusions 161(36)
An Integrative Overview 161(11)
The Measurement of Acculturation 172(2)
Dimensions and Strategies
Limitations and Future Directions 174(3)
Appendixes
A Instructions for the Classification of 177(2)
Parents' Occupations
B Results of the Classification of 179(2)
Parents' Occupations
C Questionnaire 181(8)
D Descriptive and Psychometric Data of 189(4)
All Measures in the Pilot Study
E Descriptive and Psychometric Data of 193(4)
the Measures in the Main Study
Bibliography 197(16)
Index 213