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  1. Socialization by parents and members of the child's descent group will be positively associated with unilineal descent groups.Cohen, Yehudi A. - The establishment of identity in a social nexus: the special case of initiat..., 1964 - 2 Variables

    The author presents an approach to understanding initiation ceremonies that differs from the approach of Whiting (1962). Cohen looks at the association between legal and kinship systems and childrens' experiences growing up. Several significant association are found between these variables.

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  2. Socialization by parents and members of child's descent group (vs. by parents and nondescent group members) will be positively associated with extrusion and/or brother-sister avoidanceCohen, Yehudi A. - The establishment of identity in a social nexus: the special case of initiat..., 1964 - 3 Variables

    The author presents an approach to understanding initiation ceremonies that differs from the approach of Whiting (1962). Cohen looks at the association between legal and kinship systems and childrens' experiences growing up. Several significant association are found between these variables.

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  3. Socialization by parents and descent group members in addition to extrusion and/or brother-sister avoidance will be positively associated with the concept of joint liability.Cohen, Yehudi A. - The establishment of identity in a social nexus: the special case of initiat..., 1964 - 4 Variables

    The author presents an approach to understanding initiation ceremonies that differs from the approach of Whiting (1962). Cohen looks at the association between legal and kinship systems and childrens' experiences growing up. Several significant association are found between these variables.

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  4. Socialization by parents and non-members of a child's descent group in addition to no extrusion or brother-sister avoidance or rites of passage are positively associated with the concept of several liabilityCohen, Yehudi A. - The establishment of identity in a social nexus: the special case of initiat..., 1964 - 4 Variables

    The author presents an approach to understanding initiation ceremonies that differs from the approach of Whiting (1962). Cohen looks at the association between legal and kinship systems and childrens' experiences growing up. Several significant association are found between these variables.

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  5. Socialization by parents and non-members of child's descent group are negatively associated with factors disrupting the child's relationship with family.Cohen, Yehudi A. - The establishment of identity in a social nexus: the special case of initiat..., 1964 - 2 Variables

    The author presents an approach to understanding initiation ceremonies that differs from the approach of Whiting (1962). Cohen looks at the association between legal and kinship systems and childrens' experiences growing up. Several significant association are found between these variables.

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  6. Unilinear descent groups will be positively associated with extrusion or brother-sister avoidance (539)Cohen, Yehudi A. - The establishment of identity in a social nexus: the special case of initiat..., 1964 - 3 Variables

    The author presents an approach to understanding initiation ceremonies that differs from the approach of Whiting (1962). Cohen looks at the association between legal and kinship systems and childrens' experiences growing up. Several significant association are found between these variables.

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  7. "[Where] children are brought up . . . for sociological interdependence they will be brought up and taught by members of their descent group [and] parents and during the 2nd stage of puberty there may be a further disruption of [the family relationship by an initiation ceremony]" (113)Cohen, Yehudi A. - The transition from childhood to adolescence: cross-cultural studies of ini..., 1964 - 3 Variables

    The theoretical concern of this work is with different types of liability that societies emphasize in their legal systems and how that plays out in understanding the transition from childhood to adolescence as well as variation in incest taboos.

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  8. "[Where] children are brought up by their parents and members of their descent group, and children are subjected to extrusion or brother-sister avoidance at first stage of puberty, joint [rather than several] liability will be found" (141)Cohen, Yehudi A. - The transition from childhood to adolescence: cross-cultural studies of ini..., 1964 - 2 Variables

    The theoretical concern of this work is with different types of liability that societies emphasize in their legal systems and how that plays out in understanding the transition from childhood to adolescence as well as variation in incest taboos.

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  9. "If parents in a society try to bring up their children so that they will be anchored in the larger kin group instead of only within the family, . . . the rearing is shared by members of the children's descent group. . . . If the parents in a society try to bring up their children to be anchored within the family . . . these parents will have to insure that their children's upbringing remains principally in their own hands" (66-67)Cohen, Yehudi A. - The transition from childhood to adolescence: cross-cultural studies of ini..., 1964 - 2 Variables

    The theoretical concern of this work is with different types of liability that societies emphasize in their legal systems and how that plays out in understanding the transition from childhood to adolescence as well as variation in incest taboos.

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  10. "[There is a] relationship between the agents of socialization and the presence or absence of unilineal descent groups and between [the latter] and experiences at the first stage of puberty [that is extrusion and/or brother-sister avoidance]" (71)Cohen, Yehudi A. - The transition from childhood to adolescence: cross-cultural studies of ini..., 1964 - 3 Variables

    The theoretical concern of this work is with different types of liability that societies emphasize in their legal systems and how that plays out in understanding the transition from childhood to adolescence as well as variation in incest taboos.

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