ERIC Number: EJ879444
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2010-May
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Addressing Cultural Variables in Parent Training Programs with Latino Families
Barker, Chikira H.; Cook, Katrina L.; Borrego, Joaquin, Jr.
Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, v17 n2 p157-166 May 2010
There has recently been increased attention given to understanding how cultural variables may have an impact on the efficacy of treatments with Latino families seeking psychological services. Within parent training programs, understanding the extent to which culture can affect parenting practices is vital to providing quality care. The focus of this article is to discuss how different cultural variables such as "respeto," "personalismo," "machismo," "marianismo," and "acculturation" can impact the efficacy of parent training programs for Latino families. Recommendations for addressing these cultural variables in parent training programs are provided.
Descriptors: Psychological Services, Parenting Styles, Program Effectiveness, Parents, Hispanic Americans, Family (Sociological Unit), Child Rearing, Acculturation
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