By Charles Spielberger
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Sense of well-being or self-esteem) or sociocultural, linking the individual to others in the new society as manifested, for example, in competence in the activities of daily intercultural living. s0010 Psychological /Individual level 2. ACCULTURATION CONTEXTS As for all cross-cultural psychology, it is imperative that we base our work on acculturation by examining its cultural contexts. We need to understand, in ethnographic terms, both cultures that are in contact if we are to understand the individuals that are in contact.
The important issue to understand for the process of acculturation is both the historical and attitudinal situations faced by migrants in the society of settlement. Some societies are accepting of cultural pluralism resulting from immigration, taking steps to 30 Acculturation support the continuation of cultural diversity as a shared communal resource. This position represents a positive multicultural ideology and corresponds to the integration strategy. Other societies seek to eliminate diversity through policies and programs of assimilation, whereas still others attempt to segregate or marginalize diverse populations in their societies.
R. (2002). ). New York: Cambridge University Press. Graves, T. (1967). Psychological acculturation in a tri-ethnic community. South-Western Journal of Anthropology, 23, 337–350. Murphy, H. B. M. (1965). Migration and the major mental disorders. In M. B. ), Mobility and mental health (pp. 221–249). Springfield, IL: Thomas. 34 Acculturation Ogbu, J. U. (1992). Understanding cultural diversity and learning. Educational Researcher, 21, 5–14. , & Herskovits, M. (1936). Memorandum on the study of acculturation.