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Con respeto : bridging the distances between culturally diverse families and schools : an ethnographic portrait

Author: Guadalupe Valdés
Publisher: New York : Teachers College Press, ©1996.
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Con Respeto: Bridging the Distances Between Culturally Diverse Families and Schools - An Ethnographic Portrait presents a study of ten Mexican immigrant families, with a special focus on mothers, that describes how such families go about the business of surviving and learning to succeed in a new world. Guadalupe Valdes examines what appears to be a lack of interest in education by Mexican parents and shows, through
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Guadalupe Valdés
ISBN: 0807735272 9780807735275 0807735264 9780807735268
OCLC Number: 33948027
Description: xvi, 237 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction : between two worlds --
Saul and his family --
The two worlds : gaining entry --
1. School failure : explanations and interventions --
Explanations of school failure --
Understanding school failure --
The Mexican-origin population --
Fixing the problem : educational interventions --
The concept of family intervention --
The view from inside ten families --
2. The setting and the families --
The borderlands --
Las Fuentes --
Family profiles --
Making the decision to leave Mexico --
3. Coming across --
Entering the United States --
The illegal period --
Arreglando (Becoming legal) --
Maintaining links to Mexico --
Coming to stay --
4. The ten women --
Isela Sotelo --
Velma Soto --
Amelia Soto --
Reina Leyba --
Rosario Castro --
Gloria Cerda --
Eulalia Gómez --
Carmen Ornelas --
María Elena Ramírez --
Socorro Tinajero --
The women : an overview --
5. Surviving in a new world --
The business of surviving --
Mediating experience : the family's collective wisdom --
Making a living --
Finding housing --
Staying healthy --
6. Raising children --
The role of children in families --
Teaching children --
Family interaction --
Parental responsibilities --
Household chores --
Family structure --
Consejos --
Discipline --
Respeto --
School success, learning, and human talent --
English language learning and future success --
Raising children : a collective endeavor --
7. The school context --
Lincoln school --
The focal children and their school placement --
The educational experiences of the adults --
Parental "involvement" in school --
Parental interactions with school personnel --
Parental involvement in children's schoolwork --
The school context : a summary --
8. Education and life chances --
Traditional values among the ten families --
Ordinary Mexicans and education in Mexico --
Education and social mobility --
The families and their backgrounds --
Mexican-origin families and microlevel practices --
Hopes and dreams --
Familism as a central value --
Families and their values : a summary --
9. Changing families --
Parent education programs --
Fixing the problem --
The problem with family intervention --
Parent intervention programs and Mexican-origin parents --
Mexican-origin families : can we and should we intervene?
Responsibility: Guadalupe Valdés.

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