Mothers of six cultures: antecedents of child rearing • John Wiley and Sons • New York • Published In • Pages: 164-175, 343-346 •
Mothers who raise their children in multiple family dwellings rather than in private dwellings will tend to be more controlled emotionally, as evidenced by low levels of warmth, hostility, praise, and punishment.
Nonsignificant trends: mothers in multiple-family dwellings have less warmth, hostility, praise and punishment, but they are more permissive (168). An alternative interpretation is that the multiple-dwelling mothers pursue a policy of laissez faire.
|Comparison of percentages||Not Supported||Not Significant||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Frequency Of Physical Punishment||Dependent||Techniques Of Socialization|
|Frequency Of Praise||Dependent||Techniques Of Socialization|
|General Permissiveness||Dependent||Techniques Of Socialization|
|Hostility Of Mother||Dependent||Difficult And Unusual Births, Child Care, Techniques Of Socialization|
|Multiple Vs. Single Family Dwellings||Independent||Dwellings, Household|
|Warmth Of Mother||Dependent||Infant Care, Child Care, Techniques Of Socialization|