The three papers in this symposium explore the acculturation experiences and language practices of transnational Asian families. By drawing on the findings in different sociopolitical contexts (Hong Kong, South Korea, U.S.), these qualitative studies provide valuable insights into immigrant children's acculturation, heritage language maintenance, and second language learning.
|Publication status||Published - Jun 2017|
|Event||International Society for Language Studies 2017 : Intersections of Peace and Language Studies - University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States|
Duration: 15 Jun 2017 → 17 Jun 2017
|Conference||International Society for Language Studies 2017 : Intersections of Peace and Language Studies|
|Period||15/06/17 → 17/06/17|
CitationPark, M. Y., Gu, M. M., & Lee, H. (2017, June). Family acculturation, language practices, and conflicts within Asian immigrant families. Paper presented at the International Society for Language Studies 2017, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, USA.
- Alt. title: Family acculturation, parental style, and ethnic minority adolescents’ identity construction in Hong Kong