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Han, Suejung; Pistole, M. Carole; Caldwell, Jarred M. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2017
This study examined parental and professor attachment as buffers against acculturative stress and as predictors of college adjustment of 210 Asian international students (AISs). Moderated hierarchical regression analyses revealed that acculturative stress negatively and secure parental and professor attachment positively predicted academic…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Attachment Behavior, Student Adjustment, Acculturation
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Nassar-McMillan, Sylvia C.; Lambert, Richard G.; Hakim-Larson, Julie – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2011
The authors examined discrimination history, backlash fear, and ethnic identity of Arab Americans nationally at 3 times, beginning shortly after September 11, 2001. Relations between variables were moderate, and discrimination history and backlash fear were statistically significant predictors of ethnic identity. Implications for acculturation and…
Descriptors: Ethnicity, Arabs, Fear, Racial Bias
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Newman, Jody L.; Lucero-Miller, Denise – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 1999
Examines the relationship of a set of career variables, family cohesion, and demographic variables with the acculturation level of a sample of 176 Mexican-American community college students. Results reveal that only the demographic variables related significantly to acculturation. Socioeconomic status appeared to account for most of the variance…
Descriptors: Acculturation, Careers, College Students, Community Colleges
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Miranda, Alexis O.; Umhoefer, Debra L. – Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 1998
Focuses on the career self-efficacy of the large Latino population in the United States. Acculturation and English language-use predicted career self-efficacy, unlike years of U. S. residency, age, and educational level. Implications for career counseling for Latinos are discussed. (EMK)
Descriptors: Acculturation, Career Guidance, Counseling Services, English (Second Language)