Kids in the Middle: How Children of Immigrants Negotiate Community Interactions for Their Families Vikki S. Katz

ISBN: 9781306688963

Published: April 24th 2014

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198 pages


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Kids in the Middle: How Children of Immigrants Negotiate Community Interactions for Their Families  by  Vikki S. Katz

Kids in the Middle: How Children of Immigrants Negotiate Community Interactions for Their Families by Vikki S. Katz
April 24th 2014 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 198 pages | ISBN: 9781306688963 | 9.61 Mb

Kids in the Middle explores how children of immigrants use their language capabilities, knowledge of American culture, and facility with media content and devices to help their parents forge connections with local schools, healthcare facilities,MoreKids in the Middle explores how children of immigrants use their language capabilities, knowledge of American culture, and facility with media content and devices to help their parents forge connections with local schools, healthcare facilities, and social services as they adjust to life in the United States.

Through in-depth inquiry in one Southern California community, Vikki S. Katz explores the important contributions children make to the functioning of their immigrant families and considers what social workers and parents in diverse community can do to support them.



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