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Acculturation - Wiley Online Library

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Last Updated: 10 August 2022

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Native and immigrant social workers working with immigrants: Appraisal of the immigrant group, acculturation orientations and burnout

The present study investigates the effects of group appraisal and acculturation theories on burnout among social workers working with immigrants. When working with immigrants from this group, the social workers' acculturation orientations mediate the connection between the immigrant group's appraisal and the social workers' burnout. On the other hand, evaluation of immigrants as threatening the host society was tied to a younger commitment to preserving the immigrant tradition and a more zealous bent toward acquiring the majority culture by immigrants. A greater acculturation strategy related to preserving the immigrant identity was associated with lower burnout and a greater sense of personal achievement among social workers working with immigrants. According to a higher degree of personal achievement but also a higher rate of burnout when dealing with immigrant clients, immigrant social workers in comparison to their native colleagues.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/hsc.13926

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