Adolescence: an anthropological inquiry
The Free Press • New York • Published In • Pages: 262 •
By Schlegel, Alice, Barry III, Herbert
Adolescents running away from difficult situations will be associated with certain antecedent socialization practices (151).
Running away by boys was significantly predicted by infant and mother sleeping apart (r = 0.42), childhood inclusion in adult activities (r = 0.49), inculcation of responsibility (r = 0.40), and inculcation of industry (r = 0.38). Running away by girls was predicted only by infant and mother sleeping apart (r = 0.54).
|Pearson's chi-square||Partially supported||p < 0.05||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Mother And Infant Sleeping Arrangements||Independent||Infant Care|
|Inculcation of Industry||Independent||Independence Training|
|Inculcation of Responsibility||Independent||Independence Training|
|Inclusion of Children in Adult Activities||Independent||Status Of Children, Techniques Of Socialization|
|Adolescents Run Away||Dependent||Adolescent Activities|