publication . Doctoral thesis . Other literature type . 2009

Adolescents Family Models : A Cross-Cultural Study

Mayer, Boris;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2009
Abstract
Die vorliegende kulturvergleichende Arbeit befasst sich mit den Familienmodellen Jugendlicher in zehn Kulturen auf Basis eines typologischen Ansatzes und eines Mehrebenenansatzes. Sie leistet damit einen empirischen Beitrag zur Theorie der Familienmodelle im kulturellen Wandel nach Kagitcibasi (2007). Diese Theorie postuliert die Existenz dreier idealtypischer Familienmodelle: ein Familienmodell der Independenz, das in industrialisierten westlichen Gesellschaften vorherrscht, ein Familienmodell der (vollständigen) Interdependenz, das in nicht-industrialisierten agrarischen Kulturen zu finden ist, und als Synthese aus den beiden genannten ein Familienmodell der e...
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free text keywords: Familienmodelle, Werthaltungen, Zukunftsorientierung, Value of Children, cross-cultural comparison, adolescence, family models, future orientation, Kulturvergleich [gnd], Familie [gnd], Jugend [gnd], 150 Psychology, ddc:150
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