Zbaracki's article is a pleasure to read because its style reflects the major theme of comparing the childrearing practices of two cultures. It is informative enough in detail to relate directly to the supportive literature. The author clearly shows her concern for the issues she raises and her empathy and dedication to her colleagues and the Southeast Asians with whom she works. She states her objective for the article and smoothly pleads her case for the need to understand the problems refugee Southeast Asians face in rearing their children in a strange land filled with strange faces and strange customs.
Critique [of Cultural Differences in American and Southeast Asian Children's Psychosocial Development by Jacqueline Ulmen Zbaracki]
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Dennis Stewart; Critique [of Cultural Differences in American and Southeast Asian Children's Psychosocial Development by Jacqueline Ulmen Zbaracki]. Explorations in Ethnic Studies 1 January 1985; 8 (1): 64–66. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/ees.19188.8.131.52
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