Predicting effects of acculturation strategies on acculturative stress

Jita Behara, Khan Abraruzzaman Khan, B. Hasan

Abstract


The objective of the present empirical piece of research work is to examine the predicting effects of acculturation
strategies on acculturative stress. Following the incidental cum random sampling technique, 200 North Indian
migrated students were drawn from the different college in Bangalore city of Karnataka, to serve as participants in
the present research work. The correlational research design was employed. Hierarchical multiple regression
models were used to examine the predicting effects of acculturation strategies on acculturative stress. The result of
the study indicated that, separation and marginalization acculturation strategies were significant predictors of
acculturative stress. It is concluded that there is sufficient empirical and statistical evidence of the prediction effects
of acculturation strategies viz. separation and marginalization on acculturative stress.

Keywords


acculturative stress and acculturation strategies

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15614/ijpp.v9i01.11770

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