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Coping with an Immigrant Parent by Moira Davison Reynolds

Coping with an Immigrant Parent

Description : Explores the cultural conflicts that can occur within families when children of immigrants have to cope with parents having different morals and values.

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Authors : Moira Davison Reynolds

Published Date : 1993

Publisher : The Rosen Publishing Group

ISBN : 0823914623

Page : 153 Pages

Categories : Juvenile Nonfiction

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Filesize: 7 MB

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