Campus Units

Human Development and Family Studies

Document Type

Article

Publication Version

Published Version

Publication Date

2010

Journal or Book Title

Historical Social Research

Volume

35

Issue

2

First Page

169

Last Page

194

Abstract

That positive personality characteristics in the youth age of the G2 would predict less economic stresses in the adult age. At the same time, these positive personality traits were expected to stop the negative family processes that are likely to hinder a competent development in G3. The findings were consistent with the selection aspect in the interactionist model. The model also said beforehand that economic stress and other family-related stress processes influenced the development of G3 over the earlier G2 personality. The socialization aspect in the interactionist model thus also received support. However,

The findings were consistent with this social selection. The model also predicted that of the G1 personality. This social causation of the interactionist model also received support. (Author's abstract) The findings suggest that the relationship between the individual and the individual is the same. This social causation of the interactionist model also received support. (Author's abstract) The findings suggest that the relationship between the individual and the individual is the same. This social causation of the interactionist model also received support. (Author's abstract) The findings suggest that the relationship between the individual and the individual is the same.

Comments

This is an article from Conger, Rand D. ; Schofield, Thomas K. ; Conger, Katherine J. ; Neppl, Tricia K.: Economic pressure, parent personality and child development : an interactionist analysis. In: Historical Social Research 35 (2010), 2, pp. 169-194.

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