Alaska Native Parents in Anchorage: Perspectives on Childrearing
By: Julie E. Sprott (author)Hardback
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Working as a health care provider and teacher at the University of Alaska, Anchorage, Julie E. Sprott designed a project intended to update childrearing information available to Alaska Native and Eskimo parents. Her book combines a scientific approach with the author's sensitivity to Native customs and acculturation processes; she advances socialization and child development theories while isolating urban Anchorage for her study. Contents: Overview of the Study; Participants' Experiences Growing Up; Parenting Beliefs and Practices; Contexts Beyond the Core Family Unit; Summary and Discussion.
Julie E. Sprott holds an M.A. in Nursing of Children, a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology and is a certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. She lives in Anchorage.
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