Intergenerational differences in perceptions of need for autonomy in self and others
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Intergenerational differences in perceptions of need for autonomy in self and others by Phyllis Vogel

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Autonomy (Psychology),
  • Intergenerational relations

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Statementby Phyllis Vogel
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 87 leaves :
Number of Pages87
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14971388M

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- European Americans there is a broader cultural value for individualism that has a high premium on being self-confident, assertive and somewhat self-serving. These values promote attainment of the ultimate goal of "self actualization". - Chinese, there is a larger cultural concern for harmonious relations with others and for scholarship. Early adolescent girls' self esteem is lower, degree of self-consciousness is higher, and their self image is shakier than boys Racial/ethnics differences: Black adolescents have higher self-esteem than White adolescents, who have higher self-esteem than Latino/a, Asian, or Native American adolescents. Project Methods This project will use a multi-method approach to assess the role of intergenerational family relationships in the well being of rural older adults and their communities. Across the five years of the project, the research process will include both quantitative and qualitative data. It will use national longitudinal data sets (NSFH, HRS, etc.), newly collected survey data, as.   Intergenerational transmission in the context of migration is a largely understudied phenomenon. This is despite significant research on the role of the family in socialization of children and young people, and the significant literature on migration from a generational : Zana Vathi.