Research: Liberal and conservative conceptions of family: A cultural—developmental study
This is a cultural—developmental study of conceptions of family. It compared religiously liberal and conservative lay believers in young, midlife, and older adulthood on their conceptions of diverse aspects of family life, including spousal roles, the balance between family and work, and child—rearing approaches (N = 120). Results showed a marked division between liberal and conservative believers, whichwas particularly strong in midlife. Also, young and older adults within each religious group differed. In light of comparable historic survey results, this age group difference is likely to be partly generational. The study found few gender differences. © 2006, Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
International Journal of Phytoremediation
Jensen, Lene Arnett, "Research: Liberal and conservative conceptions of family: A cultural—developmental study" (2006). Psychology. 848.