Different cultures have many different ways of doing things including how people raise their childre

Different cultures have many different ways of doing things including how people raise their childre

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Different cultures have many different ways of doing things including how people raise their children. Because of how people are able to communicate faster and easier with the more advances in technology we have today the way people are doing things are changing. There are differences that can be seen in different ethnic groups. Some of the difference I have noticed personally is the difference between the African Americans and Caucans are some of the slang that is used. An African American can use the word nigger to refer to another African American but a Caucan better not think of using that word for anything because it is considered an insult.
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Unformatted text preview: I think socioeconomic factors play a big role on how children are raised. If you are raised up in a family with money you may have more opportunities for a better education and better health care. Where children that comes from a low class may struggle with education because their parents were not educated and have to take a lower paying job because of that. Santrock, John W. (2011) Life-Span Development. Thirteen Edition. McGraw Hill Companies. New York, NY....
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