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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 30 Kim, Y. Y. (1991). Intercultural communication competence: a Systems-theoretic view. In S. Ting-Toomey and F. Korzenny (Eds.), Cross-cultural interpersonal communication (pp. 259-275). Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Kim, Y. Y. (1992). Facilitating immigrant adaptation: the role of communication. In W. B. Gudykunst and Y. Y. Kim (Eds.) Readings on communicating with strangers (pp. 345-357). New York: McGraw-Hill. Kim, Y. Y. (1995). Cross-cultural adaptation: an integrative theory. In R. Wiseman (Ed.), Intercultural communication theory (pp. 170-193). Thousand Oaks: Sage. Kim, Y. Y. (1997). Adapting to a new culture. In L. Samovar & R. Porter(Eds.), Intercultural communication: A reader (8th ed., pp. 404-416). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. Kim, Y. Y. (2001). Becoming Intercultural: An integrative theory of communication and cross- cultural adaptation. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. Kim, Y. Y., Kim, Y. S., Duty, D., & Yoshitake, M. (2002). Patterns of interethnic communication among university students: A survey. Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Communication Association, New Orleans. Kramer, M., Wayne, S., & Jaworski, R. (2001). Sources of support and expatriate performance: the mediating role of expatriate adjustment. Personal Psychology, 54, 71-101. Maruyama, M. (1998). Cross-cultural adaptation and host environment: a study of international students in Japan. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Oklahoma, Norman. OK. Mendenhall, M., & Oddou, G. (1985). The dimensions of expatriate acculturation: a review. Academy of Management Review, 10, 39-48. Naumann, E. (1992). A conceptual model of expatriate turnover. Journal of International Business Studies, 23, 499-531. Nicholson, N., & Imaizumi, A. (1993). The adjustment of Japanese expatriates to living and

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Cross-cultural Adaptation 30
Kim, Y. Y. (1991). Intercultural communication competence: a Systems-theoretic view.
In S. Ting-Toomey and F. Korzenny (Eds.), Cross-cultural interpersonal communication (pp.
259-275). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Kim, Y. Y. (1992). Facilitating immigrant adaptation: the role of communication. In W. B.
Gudykunst and Y. Y. Kim (Eds.) Readings on communicating with strangers (pp. 345-357). New York:
McGraw-Hill.
Kim, Y. Y. (1995). Cross-cultural adaptation: an integrative theory. In R. Wiseman
(Ed.), Intercultural communication theory (pp. 170-193). Thousand Oaks: Sage.
Kim, Y. Y. (1997). Adapting to a new culture. In L. Samovar & R. Porter(Eds.), Intercultural
communication: A reader (8th ed., pp. 404-416). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.
Kim, Y. Y. (2001). Becoming Intercultural: An integrative theory of communication and cross-
cultural adaptation. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
Kim, Y. Y., Kim, Y. S., Duty, D., & Yoshitake, M. (2002). Patterns of interethnic
communication among university students: A survey. Paper presented at the annual conference of the
National Communication Association, New Orleans.
Kramer, M., Wayne, S., & Jaworski, R. (2001). Sources of support and expatriate performance:
the mediating role of expatriate adjustment. Personal Psychology, 54, 71-101.
Maruyama, M. (1998). Cross-cultural adaptation and host environment: a study of international
students in Japan. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Oklahoma,
Norman. OK.
Mendenhall, M., & Oddou, G. (1985). The dimensions of expatriate acculturation: a review.
Academy of Management Review, 10, 39-48.
Naumann, E. (1992). A conceptual model of expatriate turnover. Journal of International
Business Studies, 23, 499-531.
Nicholson, N., & Imaizumi, A. (1993). The adjustment of Japanese expatriates to living and


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