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- ‘But assimilation and acculturation usually mean the erosion of the cultural and social life of the immigrant group.’
- ‘Other factors that influenced dietary acculturation were ethnic identity, length of exposure to and participation in the new country.’
- ‘Structural anthropology addresses many of the acculturation and identity issues that affect individual behavior.’
- ‘There is a growing consensus that acculturation should be considered when conducting research with Hispanic populations.’
- ‘They have resisted acculturation by constructing social fences around their community.’
- ‘Since acculturation is ultimately a personal choice, degrees of assimilation will vary from individual to individual.’
- ‘The questions were primarily based on the research on cultural adjustment and acculturation.’
- ‘The process of acculturation began early for the Cherokees with the introduction of European trade goods in 1673.’
- ‘He probably went through a long process of acculturation and adjustment into the cult-like environment of his new reality.’
- ‘As missionaries continued to exert their influence, other agents of change accelerated the acculturation of the tribe.’
- ‘For example, higher acculturation has been found to be related to higher income and education as well as to alcohol use and to lower family cohesion.’
- ‘These immigrant churches weathered acculturation and assimilation better than other immigrant institutions.’
- ‘There was no need for integration and acculturation, and Russians maintained their sense of ethnic identity and confidence in belonging to a privileged class.’
- ‘Problems of isolation, acculturation, and integration have been challenges for the host society.’
- ‘The valuing of both a distinct ethnic identity and intergroup contact defines the integration mode of acculturation.’
- ‘There are a few groups that have avoided acculturation and maintained the traditional lifestyle they brought from the homeland.’
- ‘Arguably, what we learn most in school is acculturation.’
- ‘This complexity was demonstrated by results of the unique combinations we found between acculturation and family cohesiveness.’
- ‘Continued use of their native language and dialect sustains homeland ties and delays acculturation.’
- ‘Ethnic identity is not presented as synonymous with acculturation, which is viewed here in its narrowest sense as the acquisition of host culture traits.’
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