Role-modeling and conversations about giving in the socialization of adolescent charitable giving and volunteering.

@article{OttoniWilhelm2014RolemodelingAC,
  title={Role-modeling and conversations about giving in the socialization of adolescent charitable giving and volunteering.},
  author={Mark Ottoni-Wilhelm and David B. Estell and Neil H Perdue},
  journal={Journal of adolescence},
  year={2014},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={53-66}
}
This study investigated the relationship between the monetary giving and volunteering behavior of adolescents and the role-modeling and conversations about giving provided by their parents. The participants are a large nationally-representative sample of 12-18 year-olds from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics' Child Development Supplement (n = 1244). Adolescents reported whether they gave money and whether they volunteered. In a separate interview parents reported whether they talked to their… CONTINUE READING
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