International Comparative Study of Ethno-Cultural Youth 2006

ICSEY is a large international study of the acculturation and adaptation of immigrant youth (aged 13 to 18 years) who are settled in 13 societies (N = 5,366), as well as a sample of national youth (N = 2,631). The study was guided by three core questions: How do immigrant youth deal with the process of acculturation? How well do they adapt? Are there important relationships between how they acculturate and how well they adapt? There were substantial relationships between how youth acculturate and how well they adapt.

Metadata Access
Creator ICSEY team; Paul Vedder; Rommert Casimir Institute; Leiden University
Publisher Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)
Contributor Dr. C. Leung; Dr. R. Pe-Pua; Dr. R. Rooney; Dr. D. Sang; Dr. J.W. Berry; Dr. K. Kwak; Dr. K. Liebkind; Dr. C. Sabatier; Dr. P. Schmitz; Dr. G. Horenczyk; Dr. F. van de Vijver; Dr. C. Ward; Dr. D.L. Sam; Dr. F. Neto; Dr. E. Virta; Dr. C. Westin; Dr. L. Robinson; Dr. J.S. Phinney
Publication Year 2010
Rights info:eu-repo/semantics/restrictedAccess; DANS License;
OpenAccess false
Language English
Resource Type Dataset
Format SPSS 17
Discipline Social Sciences
Spatial Coverage Large cities in 13 countries (in alphabetical order of countries): Australia, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, United Kingdom, and United States.