To begin accounting for cultural and contextual factors related to child rearing among Mexican American parents we examined whether parents' Mexican American cultural values and perceptions of neighborhood danger influenced patterns of parenting behavior in two-parent Mexican-origin families living in the U. S.
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- White, Rebecca M. B. (Author)
- Zeiders, Katharine (Author)
- Gonzales, Nancy (Author)
- Tein, Jenn-Yun (Author)
- Roosa, Mark (Author)
- College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (Contributor)
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White, R. M. B., Zeiders, K. H., Gonzales, N. A., Tein, J., & Roosa, M. W. (2013). Cultural values, U.S. neighborhood danger, and mexican american parents' parenting. Journal of Family Psychology, 27(3), 365-375. doi:10.1037/a0032888