Project Details

The Effects of Family Socialisation on Second-Generation South Asian Adolescents in Hong Kong: Academic Identity Construction and Second Language Learning

This SCOLAR project aims to to investigate the impact of family socialisation on the acculturation, academic identity construction and Chinese language learning among South Asian adolescents in Hong Kong. This project explores the various influences of the parent-adolescent relationship, parents’ ethnic and mainstream enculturation practices, parental styles on students’ acculturation and identity formation and local language learning.

Commencement Date : 2018/6
Completion Date : 2020/11
Chief Investigator(s) : Dr GU, Ming Yue Michelle 谷明月 [ELE,FHM]
Keyword(s) : (i) family socialization acculturation   academic identity   ethnic minority students   L2 learning  





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