Principal Investigator(s): Alwin, Duane
Summary: Parental child-rearing practices and values and factors influencing those practices were the main focus of this Detroit Area Study. Respondents were asked about their involvement with their children and the kind and amount of activities done together, household rules that children were expected to follow and how strictly those rules were enforced, and forms of punishment employed for disobedience such as scolding, grounding, or physical punishment. Parental values were explored by the survey wit... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR09304.v1
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