The relationship of certain group-oriented and individualistically oriented child-rearing dimensions to cultural complexity in a cross-cultural sample
Genetic Psychology Monographs • Vol/Iss. 108 • Published In • Pages: 3-20 •
By Zern, David
Pressure to conform (to obey, nurture, or be responsible) will be positively correlated with cultural complexity, and pressure to function independently (to achieve, be self-reliant and independent) will be negatively correlated (p.15-6).
10 variables represented cultural complexity; 30 represented child-rearing. 58% of correlations were in the predicted direction, though not many were significant.
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Child Training||Association||Socialization, Techniques Of Socialization, Aggression Training, Independence Training|
|Cultural Complexity||Association||Agriculture, Territorial Hierarchy|