The Oxford Handbook of Acculturation and Health

 
 
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 10. August 2017
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  • 632 Seiten
 
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978-0-19-021522-4 (ISBN)
 
The Oxford Handbook of Acculturation and Health expertly brings together two very distinct, but complementary, streams of work and thought: theoretical and methodological work on acculturation, and the applied work linking acculturation to various health outcomes among international migrants and their families. In this important volume, the work of landmark acculturation theorists and methodologists come together to showcase applied epidemiologic and intervention work on the issues facing acculturation and public health today. Edited by Seth J. Schwartz and Jennifer B. Unger, this Handbook is divided into two important parts for readers. Part one features chapters that are dedicated to theoretical and methodological work on acculturation, including definitional issues, measurement issues, and procedures for studying acculturation across immigrant groups and national contexts. The second part focuses on the links between acculturation and various health outcomes, such as obesity, physical activity, drug and alcohol abuse, mental health, delinquency, and suicide. Notably, because a majority of the research on acculturation and health has been conducted on Hispanic immigration, this volume contextualizes that research and offers readers compelling insight for how to apply these principles to other immigrant groups in the United States and around the world.
  • Englisch
  • 6,95 MB
978-0-19-021522-4 (9780190215224)
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Seth J. Schwartz is Professor of Public Health Sciences at the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine. His research focuses on personal and cultural identity among diverse groups of adolescents and emerging adults, as well as acculturative processes among immigrants, and the effects of these identity and cultural processes on health outcomes. Jennifer B. Unger is Professor of Preventive Medicine at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine. Her research focuses on the psychosocial and cultural influences on health behaviors, tobacco regulatory science, entertainment-education approaches to health promotion for low-literacy populations, and dissemination of health information through social media.
1. Acculturation and Health: State of the Field and Recommended Directions Seth J. Schwartz and Jennifer B. Unger 2. Theories and Models of Acculturation John W. Berry 3. Biculturalism: Negotiating Multiple Cultural Streams Seth J. Schwartz, Dina Birman, Verónica Benet-Martínez, and Jennifer B. Unger 4. Acculturation, Vitality, and Bilingual Healthcare Richard Y. Bourhis and Annie Montreuil 5. Acculturation Research Critiques and Alternative Research Designs Floyd Rudmin, Bo Wang, and Joaquim de Castro 6. Acculturation Measurement: From Simple Proxies to Sophisticated Toolkit Marina M. Doucerain, Norman Segalowitz, and Andrew G. Ryder 7. Acculturative Stress and Bicultural Stress: Psychological Measurement and Mental Health Andrea Romero and Brandy Piña-Watson 8. Redefining the Contexts of Acculturation Related Stress Among Latino Adults Richard C. Cervantes and Thuy Bui 9. Theory and Measurement of Foreigner Objectification Joyce P. Lee, Richard M. Lee, and Alisia G. T.T. Tran 10. Remote Acculturation: Conceptualization, Measurement, and Implications for Health Outcomes Gail M. Ferguson, Steve P. Tran, Shawn N. Mendez, and Fons J.R. van de Vijver 11. Methodological Considerations for Comparative Research on Acculturation and Health Colleen Ward, Taciano L. Milfont, and Ype H. Poortinga 12. Latino and Asian Immigrant Adult Health: Paradoxes and Explanations Carmela Alcántara, Cindy D. Estevez, and Margarita Alegría 13. Growing up in the U.S. Inner City: Exploring the Adolescent Development and Acculturation of Urban Suicidal Latinas Carolina Hausmann-Stabile, Lauren Gulbas, and Luis Zayas 14. Acculturation and Alcohol Use: The Role of Environmental Contexts Miguel Pinedo, Sarah Zemore, Cheryl Cherpitel, and Raul Caetano 15. Acculturation and Alcohol Use Among Hispanic and Asian American College Students: What Do We Know and Where Could We Go? Byron L. Zamboanga, Cara C. Tomaso, and P. Priscilla Lui 16. Acculturation and Tobacco/Illicit Drug Use in Hispanic Youth Alan Meca, Lauren G. Reinke, and Lawrence M. Scheier 17. Acculturation and Risky Sexual Behavior Among Adolescents and Emerging Adults from Immigrant Families Jennifer Tsai, Davida Becker, Steve Sussman, Ricky Blumenthal, Jennifer B. Unger, and Seth J. Schwartz 18. Acculturation and Violence in Minority Adolescents Paul Richard Smokowski, Martica Bacallao, Corinne David-Ferdon, Nancy Stroupe, and Caroline B.R. Evans 19. Acculturation and Physical Activity Among Latinos Ana F. Abraído-Lanza, Karen R. Flórez, and Rachel C. Shelton 20. Developing a Theoretical Framework for Studies on Acculturation and Chronic Disease Aimee Afable-Munsuz and Eliseo Perez-Stable 21. Depression Fotonovela: Integrating Cultural Factors and Entertainment-Education to Improve Depression Literacy in the Latino Community Leopoldo J. Cabassa 22. Cultural Adaptation of Preventive Interventions in Hispanic Youth Sara M. St. George, J. Rubén Parra-Cardona, Denise C. Vidot, Lourdes M. Molleda, Ana Quevedo Terán, Daniela Castillo Onetto, Javiera Benitez Gibbons, and Guillermo Prado 23. Systems Contexts for Designing Culturally-Adapted Prevention Interventions Felipe González Castro, Tara G. Bautista, Maria Isabel Hombrados Mendieta, Sandra Oviedo Ramirez, Nazanin M. Heydarian, and Allyson S. Hughes 24. Promoting Biculturalism in Order to Prevent Behavioral and Mental Health Problems in Immigrant Families Martica Bacallao and Paul Richard Smokowski 25. Future Directions for Research on Acculturation and Health Jennifer B. Unger and Seth J. Schwartz
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