From Barrios to Yale: The Role of Parenting Strategies in Latino Families
Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications
Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences v.26 n.2, 2004, 171-186 pages
This study investigates the role of parents and home characteristics in the academic success of Latino students from impoverished immigrant families. Ten first-generation, US-born, Latino students, the first in the family to earn a college degree, were interviewed for this study.
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