International Journal of Intercultural Relations
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#1Vittoria Romoli (UniGe: University of Genoa)H-Index: 1
#2Paola Cardinali (UniGe: University of Genoa)H-Index: 8
Last. Laura Migliorini (UniGe: University of Genoa)H-Index: 11
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Abstract null null The country where persons migrate may involve essential aspects for successful settlement and integration. Perceptions of home encompass more than spatial location and may include a sense of belonging, intimacy, and security, which contribute to one’s well-being. Psychological home refers to a feeling of belonging to others, with or without maintaining a specific environmental context; it is a dynamic process, reflective of self-identity. The present scoping review used the PR...
#1Seda Erturk (ELTE: Eötvös Loránd University)
#2Lan Anh Nguyen Luu (ELTE: Eötvös Loránd University)H-Index: 1
Abstract null null A case study approach was used to investigate the adaptation experiences of Turkish international students (TIS), which may vary according to the host culture, in two different cultures: Hungary (n = 14) and the United States (US) (n = 12). The findings of the data analysis yielded four broad overlapping categories: (1) experiences in academic setting, (2) interaction with others in the host country, (3) political reflections in the host country, and (4) everyday matters in th...
#1Markku Matias Sippola (UH: University of Helsinki)
Last. Liisa Tuhkanen (UCL: University College London)
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Abstract null null Cultural capital can act as an asset for migrants in a host society, and it can be negotiated and validated in contact with the majority and minority population groups. These negotiations can occur discursively, such as in social media discussions. This study analyses minority members’ discursive social positioning in social media discussions that take place in Facebook groups aimed at two of Finland’s larger minority groups, Estonian- and Russian-speaking. The ethnographic an...
#1Elvis Nshom (CSUSM: California State University, San Marcos)H-Index: 1
#2Ilkhom Khalimzoda (University of Jyväskylä)H-Index: 1
Last. Mukhammadyusuf Shaymardanov (University of Jyväskylä)
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Abstract null null Research on how immigrants are perceived by locals has flourished extensively within the past decades. Through the lens of integrated threat theory and the threat benefit model, this study examines immigrants’ perceptions of how Finns tend to perceive them based on their lived experiences. In a sample of 103 immigrants from over 40 nationalities living in Finland, results indicate that overall, immigrants believe they are perceived more as a threat than a benefit to the Finnis...
#1Ambrin Hasnain (University of Melbourne)
#2John Hajek (University of Melbourne)H-Index: 16
Abstract null null In this study, we explore the concept of international student connectedness (as well as its negative congener: disconnectedness) in order to better understand how international students can develop and achieve connectedness during their study abroad, especially while impacted by COVID-19. Through a literature review and thematic analysis of recent research on the international student experience and international student connectedness—with a particular focus on the Australian...
#1Hong Mian Yang (UM: University of Macau)H-Index: 2
#2Yun Li (UM: University of Macau)H-Index: 2
Last. Anise M. S. Wu (UM: University of Macau)H-Index: 29
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Abstract null null This study aimed to investigate if locus of control (LOC; including internal, external-powerful others, and external-chance) and coping flexibility were associated with post-migration growth (PMG) among sojourning students. Mainland Chinese university students (N = 286 [68.5 % female]; Mage = 18.902, SD = .748) in Macao completed three waves (Time 1 [T1], Time 2 [T2], and Time 3 [T3]) of survey across 2 years. Results of our path analysis showed that internal LOC (T1) was sign...
#1Inna Levy (Ariel University)H-Index: 3
#2Nir Rozmann (HUJI: Hebrew University of Jerusalem)H-Index: 4
Abstract null null This study examined the effects of ethnicity on victim-blaming in a case of stabbing by addressing victim and offender ethnicity as well as observer ethnicity and religion. Jewish (n = 285), Muslim Arab (n = 249), and Christian Arab (n = 51) students from Israeli universities and colleges read a single stabbing scenario, in which we manipulated victim (Arab/Jewish) and offender ethnicity (African/Arab/Jewish). The results showed that participants blamed a Jewish victim more th...
#1Wybren Nooitgedagt (Utrecht University)H-Index: 2
#2Ana Elizabeth Figueiredo (UAHC: Academy of Christian Humanism University)H-Index: 19
Last. Karina Marambio (VU: Valparaiso University)H-Index: 1
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Abstract null null We examined how autochthony belief (entitlements from first arrival) and investment belief (entitlements from working the land) guide attitudes towards territorial compensation of Indigenous groups in settler societies. We expected autochthony and investment beliefs to be respectively related to more and less territorial compensation, via higher and lower perceptions of Indigenous ownership. We tested this in Chile among non-Indigenous Chileans and Indigenous Mapuche. In Study...
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