- Parenting in Ordinary Families: Diversity, Complexity and Change explores parenting in Britain in different social and cultural groups. The report is in two stages; Part 1 is a literature review looking at related material from the last decade, while Part 2 examples a sample of parents living in Bristol.
- Parenting ‘Mixed’ Children: Negotiating Difference and Belonging in Mixed Race, Ethnicity and Faith Families argues that we are now beginning to learn more about children who are brought up in such families, but know little about the parents involved. The report investigates a number of issues relating to mothers, fathers and carers in such situations.
Tuesday, 5 August 2008
Those of you with a yen for parenting issues may be interested in two recent research reports from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation: