Why Does the Apple Fall Far from the Tree? How Early Political Socialization Prompts Parent-Child Dissimilarity

@article{Dinas2013WhyDT,
  title={Why Does the Apple Fall Far from the Tree? How Early Political Socialization Prompts Parent-Child Dissimilarity},
  author={Elias Dinas},
  journal={British Journal of Political Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={44},
  pages={827 - 852}
}
  • Elias Dinas
  • Published 2013
  • Economics
  • British Journal of Political Science
Children are more likely to adopt their family's political views when politics is important to their parents, and the children of politically engaged parents tend to become politically engaged adults. When these transmission dynamics are considered together, an important hypothesis follows: the children who are most likely to initially acquire the political views of their parents are also most likely to later abandon them as a result of their own engagement with the political world. Data from… Expand
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