pfarr at UCLINK4.BERKELEY.EDU
Fri May 10 14:15:42 UTC 2002
We use it in immigrant research. Refers to the fact that young kids with
non-English speaking parents must serve as their interpreters with the
outside world, especially with gov't bureaucracies, health care,
At 01:59 AM 5/10/02, Kim & Rima McKinzey wrote:
>I just typed up a psych report wherein was used the term
>"parentified." I'd never heard it and asked my husband if he'd made
>it up. He said no, that it was in common use, along with
>parentification, in psychological/social work circles. Have any of
>you heard it outside of these worlds?
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