Social structure, socialization values, and disciplinary techniques: a cross-cultural analysis
Journal of Marriage and Family • Vol/Iss. 44(1) • National Council on Family Relations • Menasha, Wis. • Published In • Pages: 131-142 •
By Petersen, Larry R., Lee, Gary R., Ellis, Godfrey J.
The cultural differences in the extent to which physical punishment is employed in socialization is related to cultural differences in the extent to which conformity and self-reliance are differentially valued (132-133).
Regression-based causal modeling procedures were used to analyze the data.
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Economic Complexity||Independent||Annual Cycle, Diet, Tillage|
|Emphasis On Conformity Relative To Self-reliance||Association||Socialization, Transmission Of Cultural Norms|
|Familial Supervision||Independent||Regulation Of Marriage, Rule Of Descent|
|Physical Punishment||Dependent||Techniques Of Socialization|
|Political Supervision||Independent||Territorial Hierarchy, Cities, Districts, Provinces|
|Religious Supervision||Independent||Cult Of The Dead, Avoidance And Taboo|