Anastasia Aldelina Lijadi Researcher Profile

Researcher ProfilesAnastasia Aldelina Lijadi joined the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis in September 2017 as Research Scholar with the World Population (POP) Program. She is part of the team working under a 2017 ERC grant to make unconventional cross-disciplinary contributions in developing new human well-being indicators.

Anastasia Lijadi

Anastasia completed her PhD in Psychology at the University of Macau in 2015. Her PhD dissertation won the 2015 Atlas TI Award for the best dissertation using qualitative methods at PhD level from the International Institute of Qualitative Methodology, University of Alberta.  She received her master degree in Counseling and Psychotheraphy from the University of Saint Joseph, Macau, in 2010.

Her recent publications include:

Lijadi, A. A. (2019). Third Culture Kids. In P. Moy (Ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Communication. New York: Oxford University Press.

Lijadi, A. A. (2018). “I am not weird, I am Third Culture Kids”: Identifying enabling modalities for place identity construction among high mobility populations. Journal of Migration and Identity Studies, 12 (2), 2-24.

Lijadi, A. A., & Van Schalkwyk, G. J. (2017). Place identity construction of Third Culture Kids: Eliciting voices of children with high mobility lifestyle. Geoforum, 81, 120-128. doi: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2017.02.015.

Lijadi, A. A. & Van Schalwyk, G. J. (2017). Homesickness and perceived university support of first year undergraduate students: The Macau experience. College Student Journal, 51(3).

Lijadi, A. A. & Van Schalkwyk, G. J. (2016). “The international schools are not so international after all”: Online focus group study on educational platform for Third Culture Kids. International Journal of School and Education Psychology, 6(1). http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/21683603.2016.1261056.

Lijadi, A. A., & Van Schalkwyk, G. J. (2014). Narratives of Third Culture Kids: Commitment and reticence. The Qualitative Report, 19, Article 49, pp. 1-18.

Lijadi, A. A. (2014). Ethnic estrangement and social mobility in Macao: Perspective of youth on intergenerational transfer of ritual and tradition. International Proceeding of Economic Development and Research, 71, 74-78. DOI: 10.7763/IPEDR. 2014. V71. 14.

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

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