The Making of the American Citizenry: an Introduction to Political Socialization

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Michael Riccards, 1973 - Child development - 130 pages
 

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Page 121 - Robert D. Hess and Judith V. Torney, The Development of Political Attitudes in Children (Chicago: Aldine, 1967); Jack Dennis, "Major Problems of Political Socialization Research...
Page 54 - Duverger, has gone so far as to indicate that while "women have, legally, ceased to be minors, they still have the mentality of minors in many fields and, particularly in politics, they usually accept paternalism on the part of men.
Page 123 - Milton Gordon, Assimilation in American Life (New York: Oxford University Press, 1964); Nathan Glazer and Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Beyond the Melting Pot (Cambridge: MIT and Harvard University Press, 1963).
Page 50 - Hannah Arendt, Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil (New York: Viking Press, 1963), p.
Page viii - Dal primo giorno ch'i' vidi il suo viso in questa vita, infino a questa vista, non m'č il seguire al mio cantar preciso; ma or convien che mio seguir desista pių dietro a sua bellezza, poetando, come all'ultimo suo ciascuno artista.
Page 49 - Talcott Parsons and Robert F. Bales, Family, Socialization and Interaction Process (Glencoe, 111.: Free Press, 1955), esp. p. 45, and the empirical argument of Earl S. Schaefer, "A Circumplex Model for Maternal Behavior," Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, LIX (September, 1959), 226-34.
Page 121 - Richard E. Dawson and Kenneth Prewitt, Political Socialization (Boston: Little, Brown, 1969): and M.
Page 82 - Gabriel A. Almond and Sidney Verba, The Civic Culture (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1963); and Lucian W. Pye and Sidney Verba, eds., Political Culture and Political Development (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1965). 2. Guy J. Pauker. "Political Structure,
Page 54 - The conclusion is clear, then, that although "moralistic values about citizen participation in democratic government have been bred in women as in men, what has been less adequately transmitted to the woman is a sense of some personal competence vis-a-vis the political world.
Page 124 - British Journal of Sociology. 1951, Vol. 2, pp. 150-68; 220-54. 10 Goldschmidt, Walter, "Social Class in America — A Critical Review," American Anthropologist, 1950, Vol. 52, pp. 483-98. 17 See Angus Campbell, Gerald Gurin, and Warren Miller, The Voter Decides. Evanston: Row, Peterson and Company, 1954.

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