Table of Contents
Uprooting and Surviving — An Overview.- Problems of Vietnamese Refugees in the United States.- Life Changes among the Vietnamese Refugees.- Innovative Mental Health Services for IndoChinese Refugees in the United States.- Beginning an Asian/Pacific Mental Health Clinic.- The Children of Immigrants in the Netherlands: Social Position and Implied Risks for Mental Health.- Education and Socialisation of Migrants’ Children in Sweden with Special Reference to Bilingualism and Biculturalism.- The Cultural Adjustment of Immigrant Children in English Canada.- Settlement Programs for Immigrant Women and Families.- The Threshold Model: A Conceptual Framework for Understanding and Assisting Children of Immigrants.- The Foreign Student’s Sojourn as a High Risk Situation: The “Culture-Shock” Phenomenon Re-Examined.- An Elaboration of the “Culture-Shock” Phenomenon: Adjustment Problems of Japanese Youth Returning From Overseas.- Some Social and Psychiatric Aspects of Uprooting among Turkish Immigrant Workers in West Germany.- Migration in a Developing Country: Risk and Opportunity.- Mental Health of Mainland Chinese in Hong Kong.- Experiences of Chinese Immigrants in Canada: (A) Building an Indigenous Support System.- Experiences of Chinese Immigrants in Canada: (B) Mental Health Services.- Experiences of Chinese Immigrants in Canada: (C) Patterns of Help-Seeking and Socio-Cultural Determinants.- List of Contributors.- Index of Names.- Index of Subjects.
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