When it comes to African-American families, several distinct cultural differences exist when compared with their white, Asian-American and Hispanic counterparts. Child-rearing practices also differ as a result of social, economic and familial factors among African-Americans.
By looking at the barriers holding women back and the social forces constraining them, this book shows women how to reframe their interactions and more accurately evaluate their opportunities. It teaches them how to ask for what they want in ways that feel comfortable and possible, taking into account the impact of asking on their relationships. And it teaches all of us how to recognize the ways in which our institutions, child-rearing practices, (...) Cote : 9-4721-211 BAB