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Comparisons of Belgian, Dutch, and French high school and university students show that Belgian and French young people exhibit more political distrust and disaffection than do the Dutch high school and university students. Also the Belgian young people show signs of parental overprotec tion...
American Negroes perforce "came to terms" his torically with a locality-circumscribed political world. A huge northward migration has occurred, and the younger Negro has gradually become aware of metropolitan as well as national American political processes as they affect him. Opinion-sur vey...
Recent study of political socialization has concen trated on one aspect of the experiences which culminate in adult citizenship—namely, learning which is specifically about government and politics. Our concern here is with a portion of what might be called the old political socialization...
The family's central role in forming the individ ual's political personality derives from its role as the main source and locus for the satisfaction of all his basic, innate needs. The child therefore tends to identify with his parents and to adopt their outlook toward the political system. The...
Hypotheses attempting to explain what types of persons are recruited into political leadership roles in the United States have stressed three factors—(1) the relation ship between the stratification system and leadership selection, (2) the tendency for persons with skills appropriate to the...
To maintain a social construct as varied, exten sive, and demanding of social resources as government, a broad panoply of forces need to be set in motion to provide the requisite support. The political socialization of new members is one of the most far-reaching and most consequential of these...
Political socialization refers to the learning process by which the political norms and behaviors acceptable to an ongoing political system are transmitted from generation to generation. The goal of political socialization is so to train or develop individuals that they become well-functioning...
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