The Long-Term Socialization Goals of Chinese and Korean Immigrant Mothers in the United States.
Shen Jillian J. Cheah Charissa S. L. Leung Christy Y. Y.
Department of Psychology
Published: November 2019
Journal of Child and Family Studies
Vol. 29, No. 6 , p. 1771-1779
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These findings highlighted the common socialization priorities of Chinese and Korean immigrant mothers of young children in urban contexts, but also the need to examine sub-ethnic groups separately to understand their shared and unique parenting experiences. These findings have meaningful implications for clinicians and other professionals towards providing more effective services to Asian immigrant families in the U.S. (Author abstract)
socialization; child rearing; Korean Americans; children of immigrants; Asian Americans; CHINESE AMERICANS; ETHNIC DIFFERENCES