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families that are more likely to collaborate in daily life, pooling resources, sharing household tasks and child-rearing responsibilities, making group decisions, and banding together in the face of adversity
collective families
a strong attachment to family and culture
enmeshment
techniques of child guidance, more common in families of traditionally oppressed cultures, in which behavior is closely monitored and regulated in order to keep children safe from dnager
firm and directive socialization practices
responses of cultural groups to the mainstream educational system. in some cultures, education is viewed as a way to better oneself; in others, children are encouraged to reject mainstream educational institutions
valuing/devaluing Western education
graphic representations of the stages or milestones children pass through as they develop
normative charts