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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 31 working in Britain. Britain Journal of Management, 4, 119-134. Parker, B., & McEvoy, G. M. (1993). Initial examination of a model of intercultural adjustment. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 17, 355-379. Searle, W., & Ward, C. (1990). The prediction of psychological and socio-cultural adjustment during cross-cultural transitions. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 14, 449-464. Selmer, J. (1998). Expatriation: corporate policy, personal intentions and international adjustment. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 9, 996-1007. Selmer, J. (2001). Adjustment of Western European vs. North American expatriate managers in China. Personal Review, 30, 6-21. Selmer, J. (2001). Expatriate selection: back to basics? International Journal of Human Resource Management, 12, 1219-1233. Selmer, J., & Luk, V. (1995). Expatriate management succession in foreign business subsidiaries. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 12, 91-100. Selmer, J., Torbiorn, I., & Leon, C. T. (1998). Sequential cross-cultural training for expatriate business managers: pre-departure and post-arrival. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 9, 831-840. Shaffer, M. A., & Harrison, D. A. (1998). Expatriates’ psychological withdrawal from international assignments: work, nonwork, and family influences. Personnel Psychology, 51, 87-119. Shaffer, M. A., Harrison, D. A., & Gilley, K. M. (1999). Dimensions, Determinants, and Differences in the Expatriate Adjustment Process. Journal of International Business Studies, 30, 557- 581. Shannonhouse, R. (1996, November 8). Overseas-assignment failures. USA Today/International edition, pp. 8A. Stroh, L. K., Dennis, L. E., & Cramer, T. C. (1994). Predictors of expatriate adjustment. The International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 2, 176-192. Surdam, J. C., & Collins, J. R. (1984). Adaptation of international students: a cause for concern.

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Cross-cultural Adaptation 31
working in Britain. Britain Journal of Management, 4, 119-134.
Parker, B., & McEvoy, G. M. (1993). Initial examination of a model of intercultural adjustment.
International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 17, 355-379.
Searle, W., & Ward, C. (1990). The prediction of psychological and socio-cultural adjustment
during cross-cultural transitions. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 14, 449-464.
Selmer, J. (1998). Expatriation: corporate policy, personal intentions and international
adjustment. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 9, 996-1007.
Selmer, J. (2001). Adjustment of Western European vs. North American expatriate managers in
China. Personal Review, 30, 6-21.
Selmer, J. (2001). Expatriate selection: back to basics? International Journal of Human
Resource Management, 12, 1219-1233.
Selmer, J., & Luk, V. (1995). Expatriate management succession in foreign business
subsidiaries. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 12, 91-100.
Selmer, J., Torbiorn, I., & Leon, C. T. (1998). Sequential cross-cultural training for expatriate
business managers: pre-departure and post-arrival. The International Journal of Human Resource
Management, 9, 831-840.
Shaffer, M. A., & Harrison, D. A. (1998). Expatriates’ psychological withdrawal from
international assignments: work, nonwork, and family influences. Personnel Psychology, 51, 87-119.
Shaffer, M. A., Harrison, D. A., & Gilley, K. M. (1999). Dimensions, Determinants, and
Differences in the Expatriate Adjustment Process. Journal of International Business Studies, 30, 557-
581. Shannonhouse, R. (1996, November 8). Overseas-assignment failures. USA Today/International
edition, pp. 8A.
Stroh, L. K., Dennis, L. E., & Cramer, T. C. (1994). Predictors of expatriate adjustment. The
International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 2, 176-192.
Surdam, J. C., & Collins, J. R. (1984). Adaptation of international students: a cause for concern.


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