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Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Diversity in Family FormationThis year’s conference explores family formation in America in a multicultural context. We understand a multicultural family to be a family with its own culture situated within another, or possibly multiple cultures. This can be made more complex by juxtaposed ideologies that emphasize the individual on one hand and the tribe, extended family or community on the other. Eastern thinkers are more likely to focus on the family, tribe, or larger community, whereas Western thinkers tend to focus on the individual. To provide perspectives that deepen our understanding, our speakers will delve into various aspects of families in America.
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This year’s conference explores family formation in America in a multicultural context.
Posted by Kurt Lorenz at 10/21/2009 09:25:25 AM |
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