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Major conflicts arise from the fact that younger family members, especially males, acculturate faster than older members of the family. Naditch and Morrissey (1976), using role stress hypotheses, conclude from a study of Cuban adolescent refugees that high rates of mental illness relate to ambiguity about evaluations of role performances, especial- A Research Overview 41 ly regarding dating and expressions of sexuality. An interesting informal report of acculturation problems for American baseball players in Japan is presented in a recent Sports Illustrated', Whiting (1979) shows the clash between the American orientation to individualism and the Japanese cultural norm of "wa"—which is concern for team play, unity, and obedience to the coach and manager.