権威主義的伝統主義の家族内伝達

Translated title of the contribution: Familial Transmission of Authoritarian Conservatism :

敷島 千鶴, 安藤 寿康, 山形 伸二, 尾崎 幸謙, 高橋 雄介, 野中 浩一

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     With the use of behavioral genetics methodology, in which variance of an observed trait can be decomposed into the effect of three latent variables, that is, genetic, shared environmental, and nonshared environmental, factors contributing to the formation of authoritarian conservatism were examined. 4111 participants (1279 male twins and 1899 female twins between the ages of 12-26, as well as 83 fathers and 860 mothers of the twins) responded to the Authoritarian Conservatism Scale. The twin model analysis employing 912 pairs of identical and 630 pairs of fraternal twins accounted for 33% of the variance of authoritarian conservatism by genetics, and 67% by nonshared environment. The subsequent twin parent-offspring model analysis also produced a very similar result. Thus, it was revealed that what mediated the familial transmission of authoritarian conservatism was genetics, not cultural transmission. Theories explaining the formation of authoritarianism by parenting or social background of the family are not supported. Transmission models can be further elaborated by including genetics as a predictable variable.
Original languageJapanese
Pages (from-to)2_105-2_126
JournalSociological Theory and Methods
Volume23
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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敷島千鶴, 安藤寿康, 山形伸二, 尾崎幸謙, 高橋雄介, & 野中浩一 (2008). 権威主義的伝統主義の家族内伝達. Sociological Theory and Methods, 23(2), 2_105-2_126. https://doi.org/10.11218/ojjams.23.2_105

権威主義的伝統主義の家族内伝達. / 敷島千鶴; 安藤寿康; 山形伸二; 尾崎幸謙; 高橋雄介; 野中浩一.

In: Sociological Theory and Methods, Vol. 23, No. 2, 2008, p. 2_105-2_126.

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敷島千鶴, 安藤寿康, 山形伸二, 尾崎幸謙, 高橋雄介 & 野中浩一 2008, '権威主義的伝統主義の家族内伝達', Sociological Theory and Methods, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 2_105-2_126. https://doi.org/10.11218/ojjams.23.2_105
敷島千鶴, 安藤寿康, 山形伸二, 尾崎幸謙, 高橋雄介, 野中浩一. 権威主義的伝統主義の家族内伝達. Sociological Theory and Methods. 2008;23(2):2_105-2_126. https://doi.org/10.11218/ojjams.23.2_105
敷島千鶴 ; 安藤寿康 ; 山形伸二 ; 尾崎幸謙 ; 高橋雄介 ; 野中浩一. / 権威主義的伝統主義の家族内伝達. In: Sociological Theory and Methods. 2008 ; Vol. 23, No. 2. pp. 2_105-2_126.
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