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2002 Jordan Institute
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Vol. 7, No. 3
June 2002

References for the Issue on Working with Latino Families

AARP/ Modern Maturity. (2000). Hispanic Americans expect their children will be better off than their parents. Washington, DC: Author. Online <>.

Barbell, K. & Freundlich, M. (2001). Foster care today. Washington, DC: Casey Family Programs. Online <>.

Castellanos, L. (1986). Hispanic/Latina women: Cultural norms and prevention. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association. Online <>.

De Mente, B. L. (1996). NTC’s dictionary of Mexican cultural code words: The complete guide to key words that express how the Mexicans think, communicate, and behave. NTC Publishing Group.

Grayson, J. (2001). Culturally competent services. Virginia Child Protection Newsletter, Volume 62, Summer 2001.

Larson, A.C. (2000). Migrant and seasonal workers profile study: North Carolina (final). Washington, DC: Migrant Health Program, Bureau of Primary Health Care, USDHHS. Online <>.

Lopez, T., Colón, R., Little, R., Moss, E. (2002). Personal communication, March 18, 2002.

North Carolina Child Advocacy Institute. (2001). North Carolina Children’s Index 2000. Raleigh, NC: Author. Online <>.

Pajewski, A. & Enriquez, L. (1996). Teaching from a Hispanic perspective: A handbook for non-Hispanic adult educators. Phoenix, AZ: Arizona Adult Literacy and Technology Resource Center. Online <>.

Martinez, H. N. (2002). Presentation to the North Carolina Institute of Medicine Task Force [April 2, 2002]. Final report of the task force expected in early 2003, see <>.

Union County DSS. (2002). The Latino perspective (unpublished presentation). Monroe, NC: Author.

Union County DSS. (2001). The Latino perspective (video). Raleigh, NC: NC Association of County Directors of Social Services.

U.S. Census Bureau. 2000. Online <>.

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