Are there Universal Parenting Concepts among Culturally Diverse Families in an Inner-City Pediatric Clinic?
New York, NY: Elsevier
Journal of Pediatric Health Care 19 3, 2005, 142-150 pages
Cultural Competence is necessary in providing care to culturally diverse families. Numerous studeis have emphasized similarities and differences between predetermined cultural groups, yet few have studied groups across cultures. This project aimed to investigate parenting concepts, which in this context pertains to philosophy of parenting and child care practices across cultures.
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