Socialization; process, product, and change. Edited by Edward Z. Dager.
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xvi, 188 p. 21 cm.
Social control and self-regulation, by S.F. Nadel.--The choice of variables in the study of socialization, by E.E. Maccoby.--The process of learning parental and sex-role identification, by D.B. Lynn.--Some new perspectives on upward mobility, by R.A. Ellis.--Child-rearing antecedents of masculine identification in kindergarten boys, by P. Mussen and L. Distler.--Patterning of parental affection and disciplinary dominance as a determinant of guilt and sex typing, by R.W. Moulton and others.--A cross-cultural survey of some sex differences in socialization, by H. Barry III, M.K. Bacon, and I.L. Child.--Entrepreneurial environments and the emergence of achievement motivation in adolescent males, by J.H. Turner.--Influence of brothers and sisters on sex-role behavior, by G.S. Leventhal.--Social structure, identification, and change in a treatment-oriented institution, by R.J. Adamek and E.Z. Dager.
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