Adolescence: an anthropological inquiry
The Free Press • New York • Published In • Pages: 262 •
By Schlegel, Alice, Barry III, Herbert
Expectation of antisocial behavior in adolescent boys will be associated with harsh socialization of infants and children (140).
Expected antecedents of antisocial behavior include mother and infant sleeping apart (r = 0.50), bodily restrictiveness in later infancy (r = 0.35), training by example in infancy (r = 0.42) and later childhood (r = 0.47), training by gifts in infancy (r = 0.39) and later childhood (r = 0.38), and training by lecturing (r = 0.35) and inculcation of foritude (r = 0.35) in later childhood.
|Pearson's chi-square||Supported||p < 0.05||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Expected Antisocial Behavior||Dependent||Social Control|
|Harsh Socialization||Independent||Techniques Of Socialization|