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By Sharon M. Ballard, Alan C. Taylor
Relatives and human carrier execs in numerous disciplines interact in relations existence schooling, that is designed to reinforce, improve, and empower households. This comprises many content material components resembling couple and parent-child relationships, balancing paintings and family members, parenting, monetary literacy, interpersonal conversation, and sexuality.
The authors bridge the distance among learn and perform via studying and proposing key techniques for operating with assorted populations together with these in line with race and ethnicity, relations constitution, geographic place, and context. through defining 11 diversified teams and offering their strengths and exact cultural features, the authors current an evidence-based perform technique with every one bankruptcy, prescribing the simplest practices for operating with those assorted teams in regard to common FLE wishes, educator features, moral concerns, advertising and recruitment, modes of studying, and environmental issues. This ebook is vital for college kids who're getting ready to paintings with households, in addition to pros carrying out FLE actions with various populations.
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S. population resides Chapter 2 ◆ Family Life Education With Rural Families in 2% of the land mass. Howarth stated that 90% of America’s population now earns salaried incomes, primarily in urban settings. The remaining 10%, who still produce resources, generate 20% of the world’s coal, copper, and oil; 10% of its wheat; 20% of its meat; and 50% of its corn. These percentages reflect the movement toward commercialized farming rather than single-farm families. Rural American communities are diverse racially, ethnically, religiously, socially, economically, educationally, and politically, as well as in language (Townsend, 2010).
Family Science Review, 8, 129–141. Walcheski, M. , & Bredehoft, D. J. (2009). Internal dynamics of families. In D. J. Bredehoft & M. J. ), Family life education: Integrating theory and practice (pp. 123–130). Minneapolis, MN: National Council on Family Relations. Wiley, A. , & Ebata, A. (2004). Reading American families: Making diversity real in family life education. Family Relations, 53(3), 273–281. Chapter 2 Family Life Education With Rural Families Charlotte Shoup Olsen, CFLE, and Kristy L.
As chapter authors, we wish to acknowledge our appreciation for being born into rural, farm, and ranch families. Both of us were born in the Plains states to parents who were totally immersed in small agricultural communities. We learned how to drive tractors, large trucks, and combines at an early age to help with the farming operations of our families. During adulthood, we each have continued to be involved with farming and ranching enterprises with our husbands and/or families of origin. As personal and professional lives often intersect, we have found as faculty members that our outreach and research interests include targeted efforts to address the contemporary needs of rural families.
Family Life Education With Diverse Populations by Sharon M. Ballard, Alan C. Taylor