|The influences of parental racial socialization on the academic achievement of African American children: a cultural-ecological approach.
||Using a cultural-ecological approach, the aim of this study is to explore cultural-specific parenting practices that may help African American children navigate the American educational system and support their academic achievement. Specifically, thi...
|Racially socializing biracial youth: a cultural ecological study of parental influences on racial identity
||As our society becomes increasingly multiracial, it is imperative that parents, teachers, counselors, and researchers consider the complex processes associated with crossing racial boundaries and occupying a biracial social location. Few investigatio...
|Lugares de Vida: places of life
||A `new' wave of immigration is challenging our assumptions and understanding of immigrant social integration, family organization and well-being, and mobility. Yet, relatively little attention has been given to the development of new conceptual model...
|Navigating racialized contexts: the influence of school and family socialization on African American students' racial and educational identity
||Within the United States, African American students experience school socialization that exposes them to racial segregation, economic stratification, and route learning masked as education. Consequently African American families are compelled to enga...