The Cambridge handbook of acculturation psychology



The Cambridge handbook of acculturation psychology

edited by David L. Sam, John W. Berry

Cambridge University Press, 2016

2nd ed

  • : hardback

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"First edition published 2006"--T.p. verso

Includes bibliographical references and index



Research and practice in the field of acculturation psychology is continually on the rise. Featuring contributions from over fifty leading experts in the field, this handbook compiles and systemizes the current state of the art by exploring the broad international scope of acculturation. The collection introduces readers to the concepts and issues; examines various acculturating groups (immigrants, ethnic minorities, indigenous peoples, expatriates, tourists, refugees and asylum seekers); highlights the global contexts for acculturation in a variety of societies; and focuses on acculturation of a number of special groups, such as young people, the workplace, and outcomes for health and well-being. This comprehensive new edition addresses major world changes over the last decade, including the increase in global migration, religious clashes, and social networking, and provides updated theories and models so that beginners and advanced readers can keep abreast of new developments in the study of acculturation.


  • 1. Introduction John W. Berry and David L. Sam
  • Part I. Theories, Concepts and Methods: 2. Theoretical perspectives John W. Berry and David L. Sam
  • 3. Acculturation and identity Karmela Liebkind, Tuuli Anna Mahonen, Sirkku Varjonen and Inga Jasinskaja-Lahti
  • 4. Personality and acculturation Karen van der Zee, Veronica Benet-Martinez and Jan Pieter van Oudenhoven
  • 5. Acculturation development and the acquisition of culture competence Brit Oppedal and Claudio O. Toppelberg
  • 6. Assessment Fons J. R. van de Vijver, John W. Berry and Ozgur Celenk
  • Part II. Research with Specific Acculturating Groups: 7. Changing the acculturation conversation: indigenous cultural reclamation in Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand Pat Dudgeon, Dawn Darlaston-Jones, Linda Waimarie Nikora, Waikaremoana Waitoki, Rogelia Pe-Pua, Le Nhat Tran and Lobna Rouhani
  • 8. Immigrants and ethnocultural groups Jan Pieter van Oudenhoven, Jaimee Stuart and Linda K. Tip
  • 9. Refugees and forced migrants Giorgia Don... and Marta Young
  • 10. Sojourners Saba Safdar and Tracy Berno
  • Part III. Acculturating Contexts: Societies of Settlement: 11. Acculturation in Canada Kimberly A. Noels and John W. Berry
  • 12. Acculturation in Central and South America Alejandra del Carmen Dominguez Espinosa and Sylvia Dantas
  • 13. Acculturation in East and Southeast Asia Adam Komisarof and Chan-Hoong Leong
  • 14. Acculturation in Eastern Europe Radosveta Dimitrova and Nadezhda Lebedeva
  • 15. Israel Gabriel Horenczyk and Yoav S. Bergman
  • 16. Acculturation theory and research in New Zealand and Australia Colleen Ward and Anita S. Mak
  • 17. South Asia R. C. Tripathi and R. C. Mishra
  • 18. Acculturation in Sub-Sahara Africa Byron G. Adams and Amina Abubakar
  • 19. The United Kingdom Rupert Brown, Hanna Zagefka and Linda K. Tip
  • 20. The United States of America Gail M. Ferguson and Dina Birman
  • 21. Acculturation in Western Europe Colette Sabatier, Karen Phalet and Peter F. Titzmann
  • 22. Multiculturalism John W. Berry and Colleen Ward
  • Part IV. Applications: 23. Children, families and schools Paul Vedder and Frosso Motti-Stefanidi
  • 24. Cultural diversity in the workplace Karen van der Zee and Gro Mjeldheim Sandal
  • 25. Health David L. Sam, Inga Jasinskaja-Lahti, Andrew G. Ryder and Ghayda Hassan
  • 26. Conclusions: where are we and where are we headed? David L. Sam and John W. Berry.

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  • ISBN
    • 9781107103993
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  • ページ数/冊数
    xxiv, 557 p.
  • 大きさ
    26 cm
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