Subject Area: Creole

Value Retention among Young Creoles. Attitudes and Commitment of Contemporary Youth
 Woods, Frances Jerome
1989 0-88946-634-3 150 pages
A case history of a Creole people's efforts to establish an identity of their own, to transmit to successive generations the values and attitudes deemed important to the group, and to give their youth - some of whom were labeled "colored" in the Deep South - feelings of belongingness and status. The study concerns a mixed-blood Creole population descended from one couple; the study-population's time-span parallels that of the American nation.

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