African American children [electronic resource] :socialization and development in families / Shirley A. Hill.Material type: BookSeries: Understanding families: v. 14.Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, c1999Description: 1 online resource (xxiii, 192 p.).ISBN: 9781452221458 (electronic bk.); 1452221456 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): African American children | Socialization -- United States | African American families | Parenting -- United States | Kind | Soziale Situation | Familie | USA | Schwarze | FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Alternative Family | FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Reference | African American children | African American families | Parenting | Socialization | United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 306.85/089/96073 Online resources: EBSCOhost
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 173-184) and index.
Preface: Children: our raison d'�etre -- Childhood in transition -- Caste, class, and culture -- Parenting work -- Racial socialization -- Gender socialization -- Beyond the nuclear family -- Continuity and change -- Appendix A: Research methodology -- Appendix B: Interview guide -- Appendix C: Parenting survey.
"African American Children is a comprehensive exploration of historical and contemporary patterns of parenting in black families. Historically, it focuses on how slavery, race, the racial caste system, and the African American culture influenced the ways in which African Americans parented their children. This series of social forces seriously circumscribed the ability of African Americans to conform to the ideologies about the nature of children and the roles of parents that began to evolve in the earth 20[superscript th] century. In the context of growing diversity, Shirley A. Hill examines the work that African American parents do in raising their children and explores general child socialization patterns, as well as parenting issues and challenges. Providing an analysis of the views, philosophies, and parenting strategies of parent from a variety of social class backgrounds. African American Children combines both qualitative and quantitative data collected to examine a broad overview of current theoretical debates about African American families as they relate to child socialization."--BOOK JACKET.
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