This research and manuscript preparation were supported by fellowships from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH Training Grant MH15742-26) and the Ford Foundation awarded to Cruz-Santiago; and by an Arnold O. Beckman award from the University of Illinois and a Visiting Scholar Fellowship from Washington University's Center for Latino Family Research awarded to Ramírez García. Special thanks to Carla Hunter, Peggy Miller, Diana Naranjo, and Tiffany Schiffner for their valuable input on previous drafts, and to the research assistants who helped with data collection and analyses. We are very grateful to the parents who participated, and to Dr. Richard Gelb, Principal Natividad Loredo, and the school staff who welcomed our research team.
“Hay Que Ponerse en los Zapatos del Joven”: Adaptive Parenting of Adolescent Children Among Mexican-American Parents Residing in a Dangerous Neighborhood
Article first published online: 1 MAR 2011
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Volume 50, Issue 1, pages 92–114, March 2011
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CRUZ-SANTIAGO, M. and RAMÍREZ GARCÍA, J. I. (2011), “Hay Que Ponerse en los Zapatos del Joven”: Adaptive Parenting of Adolescent Children Among Mexican-American Parents Residing in a Dangerous Neighborhood. Family Process, 50: 92–114. doi: 10.1111/j.1545-5300.2010.01348.x
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