Identities in Transition: a Longitudinal Study of Immigrant Children, 2004-2006

C. Watters, R. Brown & A. Rutland
A multidisciplinary and multi-method longitudinal study that investigates how the immigration process impacts on young children’s identities, and the consequence for their well-being and social acceptance. The study specifically focussed on British Asian and White English children aged 6-8 and 9-11 years, who were 1st generation immigrants (N=40), 2nd generation immigrants (N =178 ) and white English (N =180 ). This research aimed to further our understanding of social developmental processes involved in the acculturation...
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