The Impact of Generation and Country of Origin on the Mental Health of Children of Immigrants
Bethesda, MD: U.S. National Library of Medicine
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 52 1, March 2011, 23-42 pages
This article reexamines the study of generational differences in adjustment among the children of immigrants by arguing that the country of origin defines and shapes the adaptation process across generations. (Description from source)
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