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Social Class and Parent-Child Relationships: An Interpretation

Опубликовано на портале: 23-12-2002
American Journal of Sociology. 1963.  Vol. 68. No. 4. P. 471-480. 
Тематический раздел:
The argument of this analysis is that class differences in parent-child relationships are a product of differences in parental values (with middle-class parents' values centering on self-direction and working-class parents' values on conformity to external proscriptions); these differences in values, in turn, stem from differences in the conditions of life of the various social classes (particularly occupational conditions-middle-class occupations requiring a greater degree of self-direction, working-class occupations, in larger measure, requiring that one follow explicit rules set down by someone in authority). Values, thus, form a bridge between social structure and behavior.