Family Socialization and Adolescent Conformity and Religiosity: An Extension to Germany and Spain
Family Socialization, conformity, Adolescents, parental control, Germany, Spain
During the 1970's, some evidence emerged which established a link between parental control and support and a variety of adolescent attitudes and behavior (see Thomas, et al ., 1974). The findings focused on the general dependent variables of self esteem, conformity, religiosity, and identification with counter-cultural values. Cross-national evidence supported many of the relationships. The present report extends the analysis of socialization and conformity and religiosity into two additional cultural contexts, Germany and Spain.
Original Publication Citation
"Family Socialization and Adolescent Conformity and Religiosity: An Extension to Germany and Spain," Journal of Comparative Family Studies 10'(3):371-383 (with A.J. Weigert).
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Weigert, Andrew J. and Thomas, Darwin L., "Family Socialization and Adolescent Conformity and Religiosity: An Extension to Germany and Spain" (1979). Faculty Publications. 5711.
Journal of Comparative Family Studies
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
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