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Although Roman law regarded freedpersons as a lower class of citizens, denying them access to Roman society's top echelons, the organization nonetheless conferred essential rights and abilities that made them more alike to fellow citizens than distinct.
Objectives There is no direct correlation between migration and mental stability, certain danger, and protective factors of psychosocial stability are inversely linked to psychopathology. Acculturation techniques have been shown to be related to psychopathology, however, this connection has not been adequately investigated with psychosocial wellbeing. Methods The study included 150 immigrant inpatient hospitalized in tertiary care between 18 and 65 years of age. Conclusions The study found a negative correlation between acculturative stress and psychosocial stability, as well as the discontinuation of acculturative practices and psychosocial well-being in the context of general health care. A correlation was found between acculturation policies and acculturative distress. The majority of the study participants preferred integration over acculturation strategy and psychosocial stability, but the majority of the study participants preferred diversity over assimilation, followed by assimilation.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/s0924-9338(10)70548-4
Bengal is the world's largest delta. Many people groups of various ethno-religious origins migrated to Bengal from prehistoric times because of the convenient access to natural resources. The Central and West Asian traditions influenced the Delta for nearly 600 years after the Khalaj's conquest of Bengal by Mohammed bin Bakhtiyar Khalji. Although several other groups immigrated, Turkic traditions, mostly the predominance of Turkic traditions, fueled waves of Turk-Bengali acculturations that helped establish and develop Bengali identity in the Delta, although some other groups were migratory, primarily the predominance of Turkic traditions.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.46291/cenraps.v4i1.72
Despite increasing participation of Chinese immigrant professionals in Australian workplace, they are still underrepresented in senior leadership positions and their perspectives have been ignored in management and leadership studies. This report examines the cultural development of Chinese immigrant workers and, in turn, their leadership attitudes relative to a comparison group of Chinese Professionals in China, drawing on the literature on acculturation and leadership.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.4018/jgim.299064
HCNs are classified as a result of the acculturation process, and this study illustrates how conflicts between assigned expatriates and HCNs develop and evolve throughout the acculturation process. Originality/value This report provided a theoretical framework that demonstrated when and how HCNs and expatriates emerge and change during acculturation, providing a theoretical framework. The authors weave the conflict between expatriates and HCNs in an innovative way. In doing so, they weave the conflict and diversity literature with expatriate literature and provide a theoretical framework to enrich the authors' discussion of the conflict between expatriates and HCNs.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1108/jgm-09-2021-0079
This paper aims to describe the trial of finding the right methodology from the emerging qualitative methods for investigating acculturative experiences in a group of non-Chinese young people in Hong Kong's non-Chinese young people. Objective This paper attempts to detail the findings of choosing the right methodology from the various prospective qualitative research methods for investigating acculturative experiences amongst a group of non-Chinese young people in Hong Kong. This paper explores phenomenography as one of the prospective qualitative research methods to investigate ethnic minority lives in multicultural contexts by adopting an integrative literature review approach. Practical implications The study of phenomenography may benefit researchers in comparative, intercultural, and multicultural education by investigating the various ways immigrants and ethnic minorities experience acculturation in multicultural contexts. Originality/Value This paper explores the authors' first-hand experiences in Hong Kong with the authors' quest to find a suitable qualitative research strategy for investigating acculturative experiences amongst a group of non-Chinese secondary school students.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1108/ijced-11-2021-0119
Acculturation is the process of group and individual shifts in culture and behavior that result from intercultural encounter. These changes have existed for forever and are gathering in a brisk pace as more and more people of various cultures move, meet, and interact. This is followed by a review of empirical findings with indigenous, immigrant, and ethnocultural populations around the world, which used both ethnographic and psychological techniques.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108589666
Abstract Background Individuals of South Asian descent have a higher risk of cardiometabolic disease than those from other countries, and a deeper investigation into acculturation has been warranted. In the UK Biobank prospective cohort, we examined individuals of South Asian and European ancestry with no baseline cardiometabolic disease in the UK Biobank prospective cohort. Compared to European ancestry peoples, people of South Asian ancestry, irrespective of the acculturation group, had a greater risk of cardiovascular disease in a median follow-up of 12 yrs. South Asians born in the United Kingdom; 1. 76 for South Asians born in the United Kingdom; 2. 00 for South Asians born in the United Kingdom, in the United Kingdom; and 2. 03 for South Asians born abroad, in the United Kingdom; and 2. 76 for South Asians born in the United Kingdom; and 2. 03 for South Asians born in the United Kingdom> 25 years old; and 1. 0 for South Asians born in the United Kingdom were born in the UKu22645 years ago.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.10.23.22281197
The present study adds to the scarce existing literature on acculturation and disordered eating among Asian American college students who represent understudied and high risk group. In addition, path analysis results show that Asian culture of origin has a significant direct effect on disordered eating as well as a significant indirect effect on disordered eating, mediated by thin body optimal internalization. Although American culture does not have a major role in body ideal internalization or disordered eating, it does influence Asian culture of origins and places participants with higher traces of both cultures at a greater risk of muscular body ideal internalization. The findings reveal the importance of cultural context in the analysis of body experiences and disordered eating among Asian American college students, as well as implications for the prevention and intervention of such issues in this high-risk group.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph192113967
Both the Five Factor Model of personality and the NEO-PI-R are regarded as the gold standard in personality assessment, against which no other assessments are compared. In a convenience sample of 272 South Africans in Johannesburg, this report investigated the correlation between personality and acculturation using the NEO-PI-3 and the South African Acculturation Scale. With the exception of two Openness to Experience facets and two Agility facets, significant agreement was found between the acculturated and unacculturated individuals.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.25159/1812-6371/1862
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