Which of 4 ‘cultures’ is your family?American kidsculturesfamily typesJames Davison Hunter
“Though largely invisible, these family cultures are powerful, constituting the worlds that children are raised in, and may well be more consequential than parenting styles,” says James Davison Hunter, professor of religion, culture and social theory at the University of Virginia.
1. The Faithful
Raising “children whose lives reflect God’s purpose” is a more important parenting goal than their children’s eventual happiness or career success.
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