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Parenting and preschool child behaviour among Turkish immigrant, migrant and non-migrant families

Abstract:

When families migrate the new culture and culture of origin may conflict, with possible consequences for parenting and children's development. Turks form one of the largest immigrant groups in Western Europe, and there is also much movement within Turkey. This study compares three groups; Turkish immigrants to the UK (N = 142), migrants within Turkey (N = 229), and Turkish non-migrants (locals, N = 396). The children were 39-71 months old (M = 58 months, SD = 6.5), 392 were boys and 375 were ...

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10.1080/17405621003710827

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Journal:
European Journal of Developmental Psychology
Volume:
8
Issue:
3
Pages:
261-279
Publication date:
2011-05-05
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EISSN:
1740-5610
ISSN:
1740-5629
URN:
uuid:a35f81b6-3760-490e-b693-a7e527daecf0
Source identifiers:
490841
Local pid:
pubs:490841

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