Environmental vs. technological effects on childhood socialization processes: a cross-cultural study

International Journal of Sociology of the Family Vol/Iss. 10 Published In Pages: 233-242
By Welch, Michael R.


The author expands on the findings of Barry, Bacon, and Child (1959), hypothesizing that type of environment is an intervening variable in the relationship between subsistence type and child training. A multiple classification analysis is used.


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OtherOther ResearchersBarry, Bacon, Child 1967 Sample

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