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New migrant parents : understanding the experiences and attitudes of new migrant parents Nadine Metzger, Tamati Ihaka, Elizabeth Cameron and Haiying Dong

By: Metzger, Nadine.
Contributor(s): Ihaka, Tamati | Cameron, Elizabeth | Dong, Haiying.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Point Research ; Whanau Marama Parenting, 2018Description: electronic document (22 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): ASIAN PEOPLES | ATTITUDES | CHILDREN | CHINESE PEOPLE | DISCIPLINE | MIGRANTS | PARENT CHILD RELATIONSHIP | PARENTS | PARENTING | SUPPORT SERVICES | NEW ZEALAND | AUCKLANDOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: This research aims to better understand the parenting practices of new migrants in Auckland’s North Shore communities. Its primary use is to assist Whānau Marama Parenting, a parenting programme provider in Glenfield, Auckland to understand whether they are meeting the needs of this group in terms of culturally appropriate information, support, and positive parenting skills. (From the introduction). Record #6294
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This research aims to better understand the parenting practices of new migrants in Auckland’s North Shore communities. Its primary use is to assist Whānau Marama Parenting, a parenting
programme provider in Glenfield, Auckland to understand whether they are meeting the needs of this group in terms of culturally appropriate information, support, and positive parenting skills. (From the introduction). Record #6294