Helping Youth Succeed: Bicultural Parenting for Southeast Asian Families [Webpage].
Families With Teens.
University of Minnesota Extension.
These resources were developed as part of the Helping Youth Succeed: Bicultural Parenting for Southeast Asian Families curriculum (developed by Detzner, Xiong, and Eliason; 1999; University of Minnesota Extension; no longer in print). They are designed to help family educators, parents, and adolescents: (1) Understand the many different Southeast Asian family perspectives about parenting; (2) Understand immigrant families and the differences among them; (3) Identify and address problems of day-to-day parenting in a bicultural context; (4) Address issues affecting parent-child relationships in a foreign context; and (5) Understand Southeast Asian issues and family strengths.
adolescents; parenting; child rearing; cultural issues; acculturation; southeast asia; immigrants; parent child relationships; resource materials