Parent–child transmission of religious and secular values in Israel

This research uses Schwartz’s theory of values to examine intergenerational (parent-child) value transmission among Orthodox-religious and secular Jewish families in Israel. The study investigates the transmission of religious and secular values among 211 Jewish families with heterogeneous religious...

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Published in:Journal of beliefs and values
Authors: Luria, Ela ; Katz, Yaacov Julian 1945-
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
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Published: Routledge [2020]
In: Journal of beliefs and values
Year: 2020, Volume: 41, Issue: 4, Pages: 458-473
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Israel / Value / Mediation / Family training
IxTheo Classification:AB Philosophy of religion; criticism of religion; atheism
AD Sociology of religion; religious policy
KBK Europe (East)
NCB Personal ethics
ZB Sociology
ZF Education
Further subjects:B Secularity
B Mixed Marriage
B Cultural Transmission
B Values
B Religiosity
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Summary:This research uses Schwartz’s theory of values to examine intergenerational (parent-child) value transmission among Orthodox-religious and secular Jewish families in Israel. The study investigates the transmission of religious and secular values among 211 Jewish families with heterogeneous religious-secular (R-S) parental dyads in comparison to family groups that are homogeneously religious (R-R) or homogenously secular (S-S). Results illustrate significant differences between the groups with respect to religious values transmitted by parents and accepted by adult children. Parent-child agreement on religious values is high in (RF-SM) family groups and in homogeneous religious (R-R) family groups. In contrast, the religious mother-secular father (RM-SF) family groups and homogeneous secular (S-S) family groups have a low transmission of religious values. The study sheds light on parent-child agreement on religious values in various types of family groups.
ISSN:1469-9362
Contains:Enthalten in: Journal of beliefs and values
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1080/13617672.2019.1688472