The acculturation of immigrants Case study: types of acculturation of the Romanian immigrants in Madrid

Assist. Prof. Cristina ILIE, Ph.D. candidate

Abstract


The way in which an inclusive culture imposes its defining patterns over a less influential culture is called acculturation. In this article we will discuss the four strategies of acculturation and we will see how the Romanian immigrants in Madrid have adapted to the culture of the host society. By analyzing the results of field research we will discover the types of acculturation created among the Romanian immigrants in the city of Madrid.


Keywords


Acculturation; immigrants; Romanians; Madrid.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18533/ijbsr.v3i2.76

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