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Multiracial Children and Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Brazil: Some Preliminary Observations
This paper focuses on differences in Brazil and the United States in attitudes toward multiracial and multiethnic children and developmentally appropriate practice in education and child rearing. Child rearing in Brazil is characterized by a generally permissive approach with a high degree of patience, although parent-child relationships among the very poor are more direct and more punitive.
Author/Creator: Wardle, Francis Corp Author Center for the Study of Biracial Children Denver C. O.
Date Published: 04-00
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