Cultural influences on childhood participation in adult activities

Cross-Cultural Research Vol/Iss. 30 Published In Pages: 352-364
By Barry III, Herbert


For societies with high permissiveness, child participation in adult activities is correlated with measures of social organization and economy (361)


At 0 government levels, external war (neg.), intercommunity trade (pos.), exogamous marriage (pos.), technological complexity (neg.) and initiation for adolescent girls (neg.) are significant at p<.05. At 1 or more government levels, initiation for girls (neg.) and boys (neg.) and compact settlements (pos.) are significant at p<.05


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