Associations of warmth and control of Filipina domestic helpers and mothers to Hong Kong kindergarten children’s social competence

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Ip, Hoi Man; Cheung, Sum Kwing; McBride-Chang, Catherine; Chang, Lei;
Date Issued: March 2008
Publisher(s): Routledge (Firm)
Description: A study of the relationship between children’s social development in kindergarten and the warm or controlling caregiving styles of mothers and hired domestic caregivers, based on a sample of 63 triads of children and mothers from Hong Kong and hired domestic caregivers from the Philippines
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