Coping with an Immigrant Parent

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 153 pages
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These Coping books will help your middle school and high school students cope with personal and social issues they encounter every day.

 

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Contents

Two GenerationsTwo Cultures
1
What Your Parents Left
9
What Your Parents FoundExpectations versus Reality
18
Coping with Your Situation
31
Your Generation
41
You versus Your Parents
48
The FlagSymbol of Obligation
56
Holidays in Your New Culture
64
European ImmigrantsThe Golden Door
85
CanadaThe True North Strong and Free
102
A Celebration of Culture
111
Women ImmigrantsIn Double Jeopardy
117
The United States TodayLand of the Noble Free
125
Glossary
144
For Further Reading
146
Index
148

American as Apple Pie
75

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About the author (1993)

Reynolds is a retired biochemist.

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