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ERIC Number: EJ161383
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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Anticipatory Socialization and Male Catholic Adolescent Socio-Political Attitudes
O'Kane, James M.; And Others
Sociometry, 40, 1, 67-77, Mar 77
Merton and Kitts' thesis of anticipatory socialization is supported. The importance of the class of destination, as opposed to the class of origin is underscored implying that anticipatory socialization is a primary explanation for differential attitudes formulated before adolescents have undergone mobility or achieved status positions equal to their class of destination. (Author/MV)
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