Trust in Government and Civic Engagement among Adolescents in Australia, England, Greece, Norway, and the United States.

@inproceedings{TorneyPurta2002TrustIG,
  title={Trust in Government and Civic Engagement among Adolescents in Australia, England, Greece, Norway, and the United States.},
  author={Judith Torney-Purta and Wendy Klandl Richardson},
  year={2002}
}
The goal of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA) Civic Education Study has been to examine, in a comparative framework, the political socialization of adolescents as they prepare for their roles as citizens of democracies. Approximately 90,000 students from the modal grade for 14-year-olds from nationally representative samples in 28 countries were tested during 1999. This paper focuses on the predictors of four different types of political… CONTINUE READING

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