Biculturalism has become a widely studied topic given the growing number of individuals who are exposed to more than one culture throughout their life, for different reasons. Bicultural individuals face the burden of having to deal with their multiple - and at times conflictual - cultural backgrounds and identifications which is linked to individuals’ general well-being. These contributions will discuss recent advances on the interplay between biculturalism and different facets of psychological adjustment within peculiar social and cultural contexts, thus allowing the audience to better comprehend how different aspects of biculturalism are related to psychosocial well-being.

Biculturalism and psychosocial well-being

Trifiletti E.;
2021

Abstract

Biculturalism has become a widely studied topic given the growing number of individuals who are exposed to more than one culture throughout their life, for different reasons. Bicultural individuals face the burden of having to deal with their multiple - and at times conflictual - cultural backgrounds and identifications which is linked to individuals’ general well-being. These contributions will discuss recent advances on the interplay between biculturalism and different facets of psychological adjustment within peculiar social and cultural contexts, thus allowing the audience to better comprehend how different aspects of biculturalism are related to psychosocial well-being.
biculturalism; wellbeing
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