Family Resources, Social Support, Cultural Adjustment,
and Family Functioning Style in Korean American Families
Hae Seung Lee(1)
The well-being of the family and its adequate functioning are essential
for the quality of life. This study investigated the relationship between
ecological factors and family functioning style in Korean American families.
Results showed that family resources, social support, and cultural adjustment
variables strongly affected family functioning style over and above the
demographic variables. Family resources were the most influential predictors.
Also, family resources and social support had significant moderating effects
on cultural adjustment variables.
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1. Child and Family Studies, 202 Slocum Hall, Syracuse
University, Syracuse, NY 13244. . E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org