Previous chapters have examined key dimensions of culture and the nature of ethnic identity. They have also explored the diversity of family forms and considered both the support and pressures that kin can exert upon parents and children. Various conceptions of childhood and approaches to childrearing were explored, alongside discussion as to whether such practices are different rather than detrimental. Black and ethnic minority families and those of mixed heritage clearly face additional challenges bringing up children because of racism and discrimination.
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