PSYCH  Vol.2 No.5 , August 2011
Type of Parental Socialization across Cultures A Psychoanalysis Review
In order to study parental socialization (Styles) cross-culturally, it is necessary to understand the different s of parenting in culture throughout the world, also the effects of culture’s variables on parenting s. The research discusses this notion through: definitions, specific theories and psychoanalysis for the theoretical framework. Then the study suggests a new type of socialization (parenting s) as a result of the new global culture.

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nullZahran, S. (2011). Type of Parental Socialization across Cultures A Psychoanalysis Review. Psychology, 2, 526-534. doi: 10.4236/psych.2011.25082.
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