Culture conflict in Australia : reactions to intergeneration disparity in second-generation immigrant and Australian adolescents
The adolescent born into the host society of his immigrant parents has to adapt to the cultures of both his parents and his peers, yet has full recourse to neither. Culture conflict appears probable. Conversely research on the contemporary Western adolescent describes him as maturing into a rapidly changing society so different from that in which his parents grew up that he too is in a state essentially of culture conflict. Literature on the adolescent and Australian...[Show more]
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