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Special public: Ethnic groups in other nations

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ETHNIC GROUP Ethnic groups in other nations
Number of studies
11
Additional keywords
minority

List of Studies on this Public

Reference Title of publication Public Austrom (1984): study CA Ontario 1982 The Consequences of Being Single. 23-59 aged English speaking, Toronto and Ontario, Canada, 198? Duckitt (1982): study ZA 1980 Social Integration and Psychological Well-Being: A Study of Elderly Persons living in the Inner-City Area of Pretoria. 65-90 aged whites Pretoria, South Africa, 198? Verkuyten (1986a): study NL 1984 The Impact of Ethnic and Sex Differences on Happiness among Adolescents in the Netherlands. Adolescents, autochtones and allochtones, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 1984 Csepeli et al. (1999): study RO 1997 Report from the Fairy Garden: The National Identity Models of Romanian Hungarians and Romanians. Hungarians and Romaneans, living in Transylvania,1977, Romania Li et al. (2007): study CN Yunnan 2000 Health and Life Satisfaction of Ethic Minority Older Adults in Mainland China: Effects of Financial Strain. 60+aged, China, 2000 Moon & Mikami (2007): study JP 2004 Difference in subjective Well-being between ethnic Korean and Japanese elderly Residents in an Urban Community in Japan. 65+aged, ethnic Korean naturalized as Japanese and Japanese, Japan, 2005 Gee (2000a): study CA British Columbia 1996 Living Arrangements and Quality of Life among Chinese Canadian Elders. 65+ aged, Chinese Canadians, Canada, 1996 Westaway et al. (2001): study ZA 1996 /1 Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem of Black and White South Africans: A Pilot Study. 17-70 aged, South Africa, 199? Westaway et al. (2001): study ZA 1996 Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem of Black and White South Africans: A Pilot Study. 17-70 aged, South Africa, 199? Lewinter et al. (1996): study DK Hovenstaden (Capital region, KĂžbenhavn) 1991 The Social Situation of Elderly Turkish Immigrants in Copenhagen, Denmark. 55+aged Turkish migrants, Copenhagen, Denmark, 199? Layard et al. (2009): study DE 1984 Does Relative Income Matter? Are the Critics Right? 30-55 aged non-immigrant West-Germans, West-Germany, followed 1984-2006