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Communication, race, and family : exploring communication in black, white, and biracial families / edited by Thomas J. Socha, Rhunette C. Diggs. [print]

Contributor(s): Socha, Thomas J | Diggs, Rhunette CMaterial type: TextTextSeries: LEA's communication seriesPublication details: Mahwah, New Jersey : L. Erlbaum Associates, (c)1999. Description: xv, 244 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0805829385; 0805829393Subject(s): Communication in families -- United States -- Cross-cultural studies | Communication in the family -- United States -- Cross-cultural studiesLOC classification: HQ535.C666 1999Online resources: Copyright permission request form. COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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At the crossroads of communication, race, and family : toward understanding black, white, and biracial family communication Thomas J. Socha and Rhunette C. Diggs African-American childrearing : the context of a hot stove Jack L. Daniel and Jerlean E. Daniel African-American parent-child communication about racial derogation Isabel B. Ferguson Race and electronic media in the lives of four families : an ethnographic study Sheri L. Parks White children's talk about race and culture : family communication and intercultural socialization Roberta A. Davilla African-American and European-American adolescents' perceptions of self-esteem as influenced by parent and peer communication and support environments Rhunette C. Diggs African-American, European-American, and biracial couples' meaning for and experiences in marriage Marianne Dainton Communicating about "race" in interracial families Mark P. Orbe Cooking gumbo--examining cultural dialogue about family : a black-white narrativization of lived experience in Southern Louisiana Bryant K. Alexander and H. Paul LeBlanc III Toward improving life at the crossroads : family communication education and multicultural competence Thomas J. Socha and Jennifer Beigle Epilogue : Illuminating and evoking issues of race and family communication Kathleen Galvin.
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At the crossroads of communication, race, and family : toward understanding black, white, and biracial family communication Thomas J. Socha and Rhunette C. Diggs African-American childrearing : the context of a hot stove Jack L. Daniel and Jerlean E. Daniel African-American parent-child communication about racial derogation Isabel B. Ferguson Race and electronic media in the lives of four families : an ethnographic study Sheri L. Parks White children's talk about race and culture : family communication and intercultural socialization Roberta A. Davilla African-American and European-American adolescents' perceptions of self-esteem as influenced by parent and peer communication and support environments Rhunette C. Diggs African-American, European-American, and biracial couples' meaning for and experiences in marriage Marianne Dainton Communicating about "race" in interracial families Mark P. Orbe Cooking gumbo--examining cultural dialogue about family : a black-white narrativization of lived experience in Southern Louisiana Bryant K. Alexander and H. Paul LeBlanc III Toward improving life at the crossroads : family communication education and multicultural competence Thomas J. Socha and Jennifer Beigle Epilogue : Illuminating and evoking issues of race and family communication Kathleen Galvin.

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