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Latest Contributions to Cross Cultural P : Conference Proceedings of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology Ser. - John G. Adair

Latest Contributions to Cross Cultural P

Conference Proceedings of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology Ser.

By: John G. Adair (Editor), Kenneth L. Dion (Editor), Jean-Claude Lasry (Editor)

Hardcover Published: January 1999
ISBN: 9789026515477
Number Of Pages: 376

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This volume contains 23 articles, grouped under six themes: values and national identity; immigration and acculturation; personality and social behaviour across cultures; organizational and work psychology; educational and developmental psychology; and conceptual and methodological ideas.

Socio-Cultural Dimensions of Experience and Consequences of Crowdingp. 11
Distinct Identities: South Asian Youth in Britainp. 25
National Identity, National Favoritism, Global Self-Esteem, Tall Poppy Attitudes, and Value Priorities in Australian and Canadian Samplesp. 42
Acculturation and Ethnic Identity among Sephardic College Students in Montrealp. 65
Acculturation Under Stress: Female-Headed Hindustani Families in the Netherlandsp. 75
Marginalization Among Blacks in South Africap. 88
Loneliness Among Second Generation Migrantsp. 104
Psychological and Sociocultural Adjustment of Filipina Domestic Workers in Singaporep. 118
Ethnic Identity and Enculturation/Acculturationp. 135
Exploring Indigenous Spanish Personality Constructs with a Combined Emic-Etic Approachp. 151
Attitudes, Beliefs, and Opinions about Suicide: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Sweden, Japan, and Slovakiap. 176
Intergenerational Communication across the Pacific Rim: The Impact of Filial Pietyp. 192
Kiasuism across Cultures: Singapore and Australiap. 212
Collectivism in the Cultural Perspective: The Indian Scenep. 228
Homesickness: Do Personality and Culture Play a Part?p. 242
Leader Characteristics and Motivations in Lebanese- and Anglo-Australiansp. 257
Socio-Cultural Environment, Work Culture, and Managerial Practices: The Model of Culture Fitp. 269
The Structure of Upward and Downward Tactics of Influence in Chinese Organizationsp. 286
Cross-cultural Challanges to the Development of a Culture-Sensitive Pedagogy within an Emerging 'Global Culture'p. 303
Primary Schoolchildren's Social Competence in Three Countriesp. 318
Psychological Anthropology and the "Levels of Analysis" Problem: We Married the Wrong Cousinp. 333
Cross-Cultural Research Ethics: Personal-Historical Observationsp. 352
Short-Comings in Cross-Cultural Research Ethics: The Tapp et al. (1974) Report Revisitedp. 355
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ISBN: 9789026515477
ISBN-10: 9026515472
Series: Conference Proceedings of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology Ser.
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 376
Published: January 1999
Publisher: GARLAND PUB
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.06
Weight (kg): 0.69
Edition Number: 1