Helping Youth Succeed: Bicultural Parenting for Southeast Asian Families
The following resources were developed as part of the Helping Youth Succeed: Bicultural Parenting for Southeast Asian Families curriculum (developed by Detzner, Xiong, and Eliason; 1999; University of Minnesota Extension; no longer in print). They are designed to help family educators, parents, and adolescents:
- Understand the many different Southeast Asian family perspectives about parenting.
- Understand immigrant families and the differences among them.
- Identify and address problems of day-to-day parenting in a bicultural context.
- Address issues affecting parent-child relationships in a foreign context.
- Understand Southeast Asian issues and family strengths.
Eastern Values and Beliefs, Gender Roles in the Family, Parent-Child Relations: Growing Up, Issues Confronting Southeastern Asian Parents in the United States, and Issues Confronting Southeastern Asian Youth in the United States. More>>
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