Psykologisk Institut

Simon Ozer

Globalization and the proliferation of complex acculturation processes

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Globalization and the proliferation of complex acculturation processes. / Ozer, Simon.

Youth in superdiverse societies: growing up with globalization, diversity, and acculturation. red. / P. F. Titzmann; P. Jugert. Abingdon : Routledge, 2019. s. 23-40 (Studies in adolescent development).

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/proceedingBidrag til bog/antologiForskningpeer review

Harvard

Ozer, S 2019, Globalization and the proliferation of complex acculturation processes. i PF Titzmann & P Jugert (red), Youth in superdiverse societies: growing up with globalization, diversity, and acculturation. Routledge, Abingdon, Studies in adolescent development, s. 23-40.

APA

Ozer, S. (2019). Globalization and the proliferation of complex acculturation processes. I P. F. Titzmann, & P. Jugert (red.), Youth in superdiverse societies: growing up with globalization, diversity, and acculturation (s. 23-40). Routledge. Studies in adolescent development

CBE

Ozer S. 2019. Globalization and the proliferation of complex acculturation processes. Titzmann PF, Jugert P, red. I Youth in superdiverse societies: growing up with globalization, diversity, and acculturation. Abingdon: Routledge. s. 23-40. (Studies in adolescent development).

MLA

Ozer, Simon "Globalization and the proliferation of complex acculturation processes". og Titzmann, P. F. Jugert, P. (red.). Youth in superdiverse societies: growing up with globalization, diversity, and acculturation. Abingdon: Routledge. (Studies in adolescent development). 2019, 23-40.

Vancouver

Ozer S. Globalization and the proliferation of complex acculturation processes. I Titzmann PF, Jugert P, red., Youth in superdiverse societies: growing up with globalization, diversity, and acculturation. Abingdon: Routledge. 2019. s. 23-40. (Studies in adolescent development).

Author

Ozer, Simon. / Globalization and the proliferation of complex acculturation processes. Youth in superdiverse societies: growing up with globalization, diversity, and acculturation. red. / P. F. Titzmann ; P. Jugert. Abingdon : Routledge, 2019. s. 23-40 (Studies in adolescent development).

Bibtex

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