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Exploring the Place of Fathers in Chinese Immigrant Families: A Pilot Demonstration
Adolescence is a major transitional period in a person’s life. This move to adolescence may be uniquely challenging in the Chinese immigrant families with long-distance fathers. This is a pilot project to increase awareness ...
Challenges Chinese Immigrant Sole Mothers Face: With a Focus on Parenting
The impact of immigrating to Canada is multidimensional for Chinese immigrant families that are coming from mainland China. In order to fulfill their child-rearing goals within the Canadian culture, Chinese immigrant parents ...
Effects of Immigration on Chinese Canadian Identity and Mental Health
The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between immigration, the ethnic identities of Chinese immigrants to Canada and the development of ethnic identity and mental health. The participant sample consisted ...
Finding Pathways of Increasing the Availability of Mental Health Service for New Chinese Immigrants in the City of Abbotsford
The use rate of mental health services is low among Chinese immigrants in the city of Abbotsford, yet there is no research on help seeking behaviour of Chinese immigrants in the city of Abbotsford. The aim of this study ...
How Creativity and the Arts Enhanced the Life of a Chinese Elderly Immigrant in Canada: A Shared Exploration of a Life Lived Fully
How do creativity and the arts have positive influence on the aging process of a Chinese elderly immigrant in Canada? Fisher and Specht (as cited in Reynolds, 2010) suggested that visual art making in later life contributes ...
First Generation Chinese Canadians and Parental Career Expectations; My Story
Using autoethnography, this thesis explores how immigrant Chinese Canadian youth and adult children respond to parental pressure when their chosen career path is contrary to their parents‘ wishes. Data sources include ...