This book examines the role that culture plays in families' and professionals' beliefs, values and behaviours. It perceptively explores the difficulties involved in adapting to a different culture, as well as providing strategies for effective crosscultural interactions with families of young children who have or are at risk of having a disability or chronic illness. The book offers an in-depth examination of families of different cultural backgrounds, including Anglo-European, Latino, Asian, Pacific Island and Middle Eastern backgrounds. Keywords: Cross Cultural, Pre-school aged
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Developing Cross-Cultural Competence: A Guide for working with Young Children & their Families
Lynch, E W & Hanson M J (Eds.)
Paul H Brookes Publishing Co.
1 January 1992
Cross Cultural, Pre-school aged