When it comes to African-American families, several distinct cultural differences exist when compared with their white, Asian-American and Hispanic counterparts. Child-rearing practices also differ as a result of social, economic and familial factors among African-Americans.
Child rearing practices of distant ancestors foster morality, compassion in kids, research says
“The single most important child rearing practice to be adopted for the development of emotional and socially healthy infants and children is to carry the infant on the body of the care giver all day long”. In 1996 James Prescott in his piece “The Origins of Human Love and Violence”
Dzevada Velic - Pin1 - This article talks about child rearing, the historical perspective of it, and how parents go about discipling their children. It also talks about how cultural differences affect the way parents discipline their children.