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Evaluating the Strong African American Families Program
Persistent health disparities are an indication that efforts to achieve parity are falling short. It may be that programs are not matching the ecological niche of effected communities. Conceptualization of what makes a ...
Discrimination and deviance
Recent work has reinvigorated scholarly attention to the criminogenic potential of racial discrimination. This research confirms that experiencing discrimination is a strong predictor of crime and deviance among African ...
Parenting in preadolescence: impressions of child-rearing and academics among African American middle class families
This qualitative ethnographic study presents an exploration of parenting practices among African American middle class families that positively contributed to the successful academic performance of their preadolescent ...