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Host Communication Competence and Psychological Health: A Study of Cross-cultural Adaptation of Korean Expatriate Employees in the United States*
Unformatted Document Text:  Cross-cultural Adaptation 27 Inc. Aycan, Z. (1997b). Expatriate adjustment as a multifaceted phenomenon: individual and organizational level predictors. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 8, 434- 456. Black, J. S. (1988). Work role transitions: a study of American expatriate managers in Japan. Journal of International Business Studies, 19, 274-191. Black, J. S. (1990). Factors related to the adjustment of Japanese expatriate managers in America. Research in Personnel and Human Resource Management, 109-125. Black, J. S. (1990). The relationship of personal characteristics with the adjustment of Japanese expatriate managers. Management International Review, 30, 119-134. Black, J. S., & Gregersen, H. B. (1990). Expectations, satisfaction, and intention to leave of American expatriate managers in Japan. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 14, 485-506. Black, J. S., & Gregersen, H. B. (1991). Antecedents to cross-cultural adjustment for expatriates in Pacific rim assignments. Human Relations, 44, 497-515. Black, J. S., & Gregersen, H., & Mendenhall, M. (1992). Global assignments: successfully expatriating and repatriating international mangers. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Black, J. S., & Mendenhall, M. (1990). Cross-cultural training effectiveness: a review and a theoretical framework for future research. Academy of Management Review, 15, 113-136. Black, J. S., & Mendenhall,M. (1991). The U-curve adjustment hypothesis revisited: A review and theoretical framework. Journal of International Business Studies, 22, 225-247. Black, J. S., Mendenhall, M., & Oddou, G. (1991). Toward a comprehensive model of international adjustment: an integration of multiple theoretical perspectives. Academy of Management Review, 16, 291-317. Black, J. S., & Stephens, G. K. (1989). The influence of the spouse on American expatriate adjustment in Pacific Rim overseas assignments. Journal of Management, 15, 529-544.

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Cross-cultural Adaptation 27
Inc.
Aycan, Z. (1997b). Expatriate adjustment as a multifaceted phenomenon: individual and
organizational level predictors. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 8, 434-
456.
Black, J. S. (1988). Work role transitions: a study of American expatriate managers in Japan.
Journal of International Business Studies, 19, 274-191.
Black, J. S. (1990). Factors related to the adjustment of Japanese expatriate managers in
America. Research in Personnel and Human Resource Management, 109-125.
Black, J. S. (1990). The relationship of personal characteristics with the adjustment of Japanese
expatriate managers. Management International Review, 30, 119-134.
Black, J. S., & Gregersen, H. B. (1990). Expectations, satisfaction, and intention to leave of
American expatriate managers in Japan. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 14, 485-506.
Black, J. S., & Gregersen, H. B. (1991). Antecedents to cross-cultural adjustment for expatriates
in Pacific rim assignments. Human Relations, 44, 497-515.
Black, J. S., & Gregersen, H., & Mendenhall, M. (1992). Global assignments: successfully
expatriating and repatriating international mangers. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Black, J. S., & Mendenhall, M. (1990). Cross-cultural training effectiveness: a review and a
theoretical framework for future research. Academy of Management Review, 15, 113-136.
Black, J. S., & Mendenhall,M. (1991). The U-curve adjustment hypothesis revisited: A review
and theoretical framework. Journal of International Business Studies, 22, 225-247.
Black, J. S., Mendenhall, M., & Oddou, G. (1991). Toward a comprehensive model of
international adjustment: an integration of multiple theoretical perspectives. Academy of
Management Review, 16, 291-317.
Black, J. S., & Stephens, G. K. (1989). The influence of the spouse on American expatriate
adjustment in Pacific Rim overseas assignments. Journal of Management, 15, 529-544.


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