Adolescence: an anthropological inquiry
The Free Press • New York • Published In • Pages: 262 •
By Schlegel, Alice, Barry III, Herbert
Greater incidence of antisocial behavior in adolescents than in adults will be predicted by certain socialization practices (148).
Greater antisocial behavior in boys was significantly associated with training by childhood involvement in ceremonies ( r = 0.27), childhood training by gift-giving (r = 0.29), and inculcation of obedience (r = 0.27). No antecedent socialization variables predicted greater antisocial behavior in adolescent girls than women.
|Pearson's chi-square||Partially supported||p < 0.05||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Antisocial Adolescent Behavior||Dependent||Social Control|
|Training by Gift-Giving||Independent||Techniques Of Socialization|
|Training by Involvement in Ceremony||Independent||Techniques Of Socialization|
|Inculcation of Obedience||Independent||Social Control|