The Journal of Social Psychology • Vol/Iss. 106 • Published In • Pages: 11-15 •
African societies place greater emphasis on the inculcation of independence, self-reliance, and nurturance than do non-African societies (11).
Means were calculated for both males and females in each type of society. Although a few of the comparisons were statistically significant, the author concludes that the differences in child socialization for African and non-African societes are negligible.
|Comparison of means||Not Supported||Not Significant||UNKNOWN||One-tailed|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Independence Behavior||Dependent||Independence Training|
|Independence Pressure||Dependent||Independence Training|
|Nurturance Behavior||Dependent||Transmission Of Cultural Norms|
|Nurturance Pressure||Dependent||Transmission Of Cultural Norms|
|Self-relaince Pressure||Dependent||Transmission Of Cultural Norms|
|Self-reliance Behavior||Dependent||Transmission Of Cultural Norms|