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- adjective of or pertaining to acculturation (definition 3).
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- adjective That which produces
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- adjective of or relating to acculturation
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Through potential increases in factors influencing acculturative stress and mental health, climate-related changes may further stress communities and individual psychosocial health.
The influence of adaptive behaviors resulting in changes to lifestyle and cultural loss further influence acculturative stress in arctic communities.
The concept of acculturative stress refers to stress in which the stressors are identified as being rooted in the process of cultural change or acculturation.
I, for one, who sent a son through that university and have dealt with the Temerlin Advertising Institute since its inception, strongly believe that SMU is an acculturative institution taking the best of “eastern academia” melded with midwestern practicality and common sense.
Baseball should still be playing that acculturative role with the current wave of immigrants, including those from Muslim nations.
Adopting a Yanesha perspective as a departure point, I argue that what appear to be expressions of acculturative processes are the result of a long‐standing indigenous openness to the Other-particularly the white and mestizo Others-and the native conviction that the Self is possible only through the incorporation of the Other.
To be sure, the complications are not strictly lexical or even lexicographical: they stem chiefly from the differences between the kind of lexical alternation of the bonnet/hood, roundabout/traffic circle, dustman/garbage collector type and the type that is sociolinguistic and meaningless without some sort of acculturative comment, like tea, which occurs in both varieties of English but means quite different things in each, the Ashes, which doesn't occur at all in American English, and back bencher,