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|Title:||The stress experience among Chinese young people in Australia|
Behavioural & Social Sciences in Health
|Abstract:||Australia is a multicultural country. It has one of the world's diversed terms of ethnic and culture population. In response to the absorption of migrants from non English-speaking background in Australia, the population of ethnic young people has increased significantly in recent decades. Many disturbing trends in Australia is of 1990s, affect all the population particular young people with ethnic background. Ethnic youth are usually being confronted with additional burden of stress and conflicts, which arise out of the migration and resettlement process, coping with two cultures and value systems, and being a minority group in the society. Chinese, like other minority youth groups in Australia, are confronted with variety of stressful life events. Little attention has been paid to the psychological stresses experienced by these minority youth. This study is to explore the experience of stress among the Chinese young people in Australia. By reviewing relevant literature, this study will examine the Chinese culture and values, which can influence the experience of stress among the Chinese youth. Other stress factors such as being a minority group in a Western country will also be explored.|
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|Department/Unit/Centre:||Behavioural & Social Sciences in Health|
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|Type of Work:||Technical Report|
|Appears in Collections:||Honours and Postgraduate Coursework theses – Health Sciences|
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