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xiii Acknowledgments The authors wish to thank Flavio Marsiglia, Ph.D., Distinguished Foundation Professor of Cultural Diversity and Health, and Monica Parsai, Ph.D., both of Arizona State University, for their work coordinating data collection in Arizona. Melissa Chalot, M.P.H., and Rachel Dudenhausen, M.S.W., provided project management. Special thanks go to the Latino families who participated in the Parent-Teen Biculturalism Project and the Latino Acculturation and Health Project. These studies were supported by grants from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (R49/CCR42172-02) and from the Centers for Disease Control’s Office of the Director (1K01 CE000496-01). Smokowski_pi-xiv.indd 13 10/27/10 1:16:53 PM Smokowski_pi-xiv.indd 14 10/27/10 1:16:53 PM ...


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Subject Headings

  • Assimilation (Sociology) -- United States
  • Hispanic Americans.
  • Biculturalism -- United States.
  • Minority youth -- United States.
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