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Differences in Family Cohesion, Adaptability, and Environment among Latino Families in Dissimilar Stages of Acculturation
Counseling Faculty Publications
  • Alexis O. Miranda
  • Diane Estrada, School of Education and Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver
  • Miriam Firpo-Jimenez
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2000
Abstract
Examines the differences among Latino families who are in the low, bicultural, and high acculturation stages on measures of family cohesion, adaptability, and environment. Results revealed significant differences among the groups on family cohesion, adaptability, and some indices of family environment. Implications for family counselors are included.
Citation Information
Alexis O. Miranda, Diane Estrada and Miriam Firpo-Jimenez. "Differences in Family Cohesion, Adaptability, and Environment among Latino Families in Dissimilar Stages of Acculturation" (2000)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/diane-estrada/10/