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Acculturation, family functioning, and perceived experiences of discrimination : influences on the social functioning of young people of Greek, Lebanese, and Turkish cultural heritages in Australia
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Principal supervisorPrincipal supervisor
Year of Award2010
Department, School or CentreSchool of Psychology and Psychiatry
CourseDoctor of Philosophy
FacultyFaculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
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Emigration and immigration Psychological aspectsEmigration and immigration Social aspectsImmigrants PsychologySocial integrationRacism Social aspectsYouth AttitudesAcculturation AustraliaMulticulturalism AustraliaCultural pluralism AustraliaGreeks Victoria Social conditionsLebanese Victoria Social conditionsTurks Victoria Social conditions