Indeed, it is crucial to get an in-depth knowledge of such a situation to foresee interventions to foster young people’s well-being: in-depth interviews with young migrants, their parents and teachers were conducted to gain information about CB, how these practices relate to acculturation processes, psycho-social adjustment and well-being of migrant youth as well as family-school communication and parents-children relationships.
In this respect, a qualitative methodology was used according to the ecological standpoint and action-research approach that values the mutual interaction between subject-environment and participants’ perspectives on their own experiences. In line with an emic perspective, the qualitative method was chosen to understand how migrants perceive the culture brokering mediation activities to avoid ethnocentrism.
For further information about Puglia’s pilot integration action, please check our REGIN Catalogue of Integration Actions.
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