Latin American adolescents in Spain: Acculturation, behavioral autonomy, family conflicts and subjective well-being [Adolescentes latinoamericanos en España: Aculturación, autonomía conductual, conflictos familiares y bienestar subjetivo]
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In this study, we analyze the acculturation profiles of 331 Latin-American adolescents living in Spain, and their relation with their levels of behavioral autonomy, conflicts with their parents, and their subjective well-being. Results confirm the existence of four acculturation strategies: integration (n=113), separation (n=100), marginalization (n=63), and assimilation (n=55). Regarding differences between profiles, results from analyses of variance showed there were not statistical differences in adolescents' behavioral autonomy, nor in the frequency of parentadolescent conflict; there was in subjective well-being, being the marginalization profile the one that presenting less life satisfaction.
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