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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 29 adjustment and the personality variables of self-efficacy and self-monitoring. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 20, 167-188. Harvey, M. G. (1985). The executive family: an overlooked variable in international assignments. Columbia Journal of World Business, 20, 84-92. Harzing, A-W. K. (1995). The persistent myth of high expatriate failure rates. The International Journal of Human resource Management, 6, 457-474. Kagan, H., & Cohen, J. (1990). Cultural adjustment of international students. Psychological Science, 1, 133-137. Kealey, D. J. (1996). The challenge of international personnel selection. In D. Landis & B. S. Bhagat (Eds.). Handbook of intercultural training (2 nd eds.) (pp. 383-399). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Kealey, D. J., & Protheroe, D. R. (1996). The effectiveness of cross-cultural training for expatriate: an assessment of the literature on the issue. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 22, 141-165. Kim, Y. S. (2001). Host communication competence and psychological health: exploring cross- cultural adaptation of Koran expatriate workers in the U.S. The Journal of Intergroup Relations, 2, 33- 47. Kim, Y. Y. (1976). Communication patterns of foreign immigrants in the process of acculturation: a survey among the Korean population in Chicago. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. Kim, Y. Y. (1980). Psychological, social, and cultural adjustment of Indochinese refugees in the States of Illinois, Vol. 4. Chicago: Travelers Aid Society of Metropolitan Chicago. Kim, Y. Y. (1988). Communication and cross-cultural adaptation: an integrative theory. Clevedon, Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters Ltd. Kim, Y. Y. (1989). Intercultural adaptation, In M. Asante & W. Gudykunst(Eds.), Handbook of international and intercultural communication (pp. 275-294). Newbury Park: Sage.

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Cross-cultural Adaptation 29
adjustment and the personality variables of self-efficacy and self-monitoring. International Journal of
Intercultural Relations, 20, 167-188.
Harvey, M. G. (1985). The executive family: an overlooked variable in international
assignments. Columbia Journal of World Business, 20, 84-92.
Harzing, A-W. K. (1995). The persistent myth of high expatriate failure rates. The International
Journal of Human resource Management, 6, 457-474.
Kagan, H., & Cohen, J. (1990). Cultural adjustment of international students. Psychological
Science, 1, 133-137.
Kealey, D. J. (1996). The challenge of international personnel selection. In D. Landis & B. S.
Bhagat (Eds.). Handbook of intercultural training (2
nd
eds.) (pp. 383-399). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Kealey, D. J., & Protheroe, D. R. (1996). The effectiveness of cross-cultural training for
expatriate: an assessment of the literature on the issue. International Journal of Intercultural Relations,
22, 141-165.
Kim, Y. S. (2001). Host communication competence and psychological health: exploring cross-
cultural adaptation of Koran expatriate workers in the U.S. The Journal of Intergroup Relations, 2, 33-
47.
Kim, Y. Y. (1976). Communication patterns of foreign immigrants in the process of
acculturation: a survey among the Korean population in Chicago. Unpublished doctoral dissertation,
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.
Kim, Y. Y. (1980). Psychological, social, and cultural adjustment of Indochinese refugees in the
States of Illinois, Vol. 4. Chicago: Travelers Aid Society of Metropolitan Chicago.
Kim, Y. Y. (1988). Communication and cross-cultural adaptation: an integrative theory.
Clevedon, Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters Ltd.
Kim, Y. Y. (1989). Intercultural adaptation, In M. Asante & W. Gudykunst(Eds.), Handbook of
international and intercultural communication (pp. 275-294). Newbury Park: Sage.


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