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Definition of the adjective acculturative
What does acculturative mean as an attribute of a noun?
- of or relating to acculturation
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by Sana Loue, Martha Sajatovic
Acculturative. Stress. Katherine. Crow3. (3) WebMD Health Foundation, Rancho Santa Fe, CA, CA, USA Without Abstract The concept of acculturation refers to the cultural and psychological changes that groups and individuals undergo when ...
by Yo Jackson
ACCULTURATIVE. STRESS. Acculturation refers to a process of cultural change that occurs when two or more cultural groups come into contact for an extended time, particularly when individuals in minority groups move into a new culture or ...
Encyclopedia of Counseling (2008)
by Frederick T. Leong
These demographic shifts result in more intercultural contact among acculturating individuals and native-born individuals, which increase the possibility of individuals experiencing both acculturative stress and positive intercultural exchanges.
Encyclopedia of Adolescence (2014)
by Roger J.R. Levesque
Thus, acculturative stress from navigating between more than one culture would be predominantly experienced by minority groups. The bidimensional aspect of orthogonal acculturation theory makes investigating bicultural stress more ...
by John M Levine, Michael A. Hogg
Acculturative stress may be experienced as a result of intercultural contacts that highlight differences between the heritage...
by Jon Carlson, Shannon B. Dermer
Housing, transportation, education, health care, employment, legal assistance, and the need for supportive relationships can be a source of significant acculturative stress. Moreover, the reason for migration to the United States or the host ...
A-E by Charles Donald Spielberger
When greater levels of conflict are experienced and the experiences are judged to be problematic but controllable and surmountable, the second approach ( acculturative stress) is the appropriate conceptualization. In this case, individuals ...
by Alan J. Christensen, René Martin, Joshua Morrison Smyth
Acculturative stress represents the complex social and psychological sequelae of relocating and then attempting to assimilate into a new culture. For many, cultural migration is associated with societal disintegration, disruption of cultural norms ...
Issues, Terms, and Concepts by Lena E. Hall
Acculturative changes at the group level include political, economic, and demographic changes.
sets the stage for individual change, individual differences in the psychological characteristics of the individual affect the acculturative process.
by Neil J. Salkind
Acculturative Stress One potential outcome or response of acculturation is acculturative stress, which may result from differences in language, perceived cultural incompatibilities, and cultural self-consciousness. Some stress behaviors that ...
by Fathali M. Moghaddam
Acculturative. Changes. Acculturation changes can be both short and long term. Typically, it is thought that immediate, short-term experiences can lead to long- term outcomes. For example, navigating a cross-cultural transition can expose a ...
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Video shows what acculturative means. That which produces acculturation.. Acculturative Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say ...
Scrabble value of A1C3C3U1L1T1U1R1A1T1I1V4E1
The value of this 13-letter word is 20 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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