Global Perspectives on Well-Being in Immigrant Families

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-9128-6 (Print) 978-1-4614-9129-3 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvii

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    Pages 1-8

    Introduction: Well-Being in Families in the Diaspora

  3. Family Relations, Acculturation and Well-being of Immigrant Children and Parents in North and Central America

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 9-9

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      Pages 11-30

      Acculturation, Acculturative Stress, and Cultural Mismatch and Their Influences on Immigrant Children and Adolescents’ Well-Being

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      Pages 31-51

      Tridimensional (3D) Acculturation: Culture and Adaptation of Black Caribbean Immigrants in the USA

  4. Parenting, Social Development, and Psychological Well-Being of Immigrant Children and Parents in Asia and Africa

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 53-53

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      Pages 55-74

      Immigrant Children’s Schooling and Family Processes in Japan: Trends, Challenges, and Implications

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      Pages 75-94

      Rural-to-Urban Migrant Children’s Behaviors and Adaptation Within Migration Social Contexts in China

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      Pages 95-111

      Connectedness and Psychological Well-Being Among Adolescents of Immigrant Background in Kenya

  5. Attachment Patterns, Acculturation Orientations, and Well-Being of Immigrant Children and Parents in North and South Europe

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 113-113

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      Pages 115-133

      The Importance of Religiosity and Cultural Maintenance for Self-Esteem: The Case of Second-Generation Turkish–Dutch Adolescents

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      Pages 135-150

      Ethnic-Racial Socialisation in the UK: The Use of Egalitarianism Parenting in Explaining Meanings of Race and Ethnicity in Non-Immigrant White and British South Asian Families

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      Pages 151-169

      Put in Context: Adolescents’ Experiences of and Reactions to Parental Peer Management

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      Pages 171-188

      Parental Linguistic Adjustment or Social Status: What is More Important for Sociolinguistic Adjustment in Migrant Children in Ireland?

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      Pages 189-211

      Civic and Political Engagement Among Ethnic Minority and Immigrant Youth

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      Pages 213-234

      Identity Management Strategies, Perceived Discrimination, and Well-Being Among Young Immigrants in Spain

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      Pages 235-258

      Contextual Influences on Subjective Well-Being of Young Ethnic Minority Russians in Estonia

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      Pages 259-273

      Parent and Peer Attachment and Psychosocial Adjustment of Chinese Immigrant Adolescents in Italy

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      Pages 275-289

      Well-Being of Immigrant Children and Their Parents: Evidence from Albanian and Serbian Families in Italy

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      Pages 291-309

      Parenting Practices and Attachment as Predictors of Life Satisfaction of Mainstream Dutch and Moroccan-Dutch Adolescents

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      Pages 311-320

      Immigrant Families in a Global Context: Challenges and Future Directions

  6. Back Matter

    Pages 321-338