Le pratiche di socializzazione etnica nelle famiglie immigrate

Alida Lo Coco, Maria Grazia Lo Cricchio

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[automatically translated] The present study aimed to analyze the overall goal of ethnic socialization practices that characterize the immigrant mothers investigating, in particular, the role that some play on the same variables. The results confirmed the importance of the origin of the mothers, and the period of time spent by immigration. Mothers from East - Europe used, in fact, less than other cultural socialization, while those arriving in Italy for more time tended to promote greater distrust of members of other groups. It was also considered the role of acculturation strategies and cultural identity of the mothers. Assimilation involves less use of cultural socialization, while,
Original languageItalian
Number of pages16
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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