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Acculturation and its impact on professional Chinese immigrants in the Australian workplace

Lu, Ying;
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  • Published: 09 Feb 2017
Abstract
This thesis explores the acculturation experience of professional Chinese immigrants (PCIs) in the Australian workplace. It identifies factors influencing PCIs’ choice of acculturation options and examines the impact of that choice on an individual’s job satisfaction, affective workgroup commitment and work engagement in a group environment. The study adopts a sequential mixed-methods approach of both quantitative and qualitative techniques. Since acculturation is an inevitable process that every immigrant has to experience, studies of acculturation, its antecedents and its related outcomes hold significance for the dual domains of knowledge and practice. This i...
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free text keywords: Uncategorized, ethesis-20120206-150810, 1959.1/536578, australia, acculturation, professional chinese immigrant, 2011, assimilation, integration, job satisfaction, separation, work engagement, monash:81680, affective commitment, adjustment, marginalization, restricted access, thesis(doctorate)
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publication . Other literature type . 2017

Acculturation and its impact on professional Chinese immigrants in the Australian workplace

Lu, Ying;