attachment beliefs, values, and practices differ around the
world. Although the attachment relationship is universal,
parents' attachment beliefs, values, and practices differ
around the world. There is an increasing number and increasing
diversity of immigrants and refugees coming to Canada from
countries where attachment practices may differ from those
which are dominant in Canadian health and social service milieus.
When serving immigrant and refugee families it is important
to consider whether the variation in their attachment relationships,
is based on differing beliefs and values related to parenting,
as well as different goals for each stage of a child's development.
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