Family Values and Culture in the Successful Adjustment of Ethnic Minority Adolescents, Part 1 - 2008

November 26, 2013

Nearly half of this country’s children under five years of age are now ethnic minorities, pointing the way to a demographic shift that will reshape our country, as well as the way we study children and families. Dr. Ana Mari Cauce from the University of Washington discusses African-American and Mexican-American parenting styles and how they serve to hinder or help adolescent adjustment.

Steve Buck, professor, chair, Department of Psychology, University of Washington
Ana Mari Cauce, dean, University of Washington