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   2011, Vol. 19 Issue (7) : 1069-1075     DOI:
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The Formation and Development of Filial Piety: A View of Parent-Child Interaction among Different Cultures
LI Wan-Yu;KOU Yu
Institute of Developmental Psychology, Beijing Normal University, Beijing 100875, China
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Abstract  Filial piety has been formed in the process of interaction with parents. During child-rearing stage, parenting goals influence children’s filial piety through their autonomy tendencies, and infuential effect varies among different family models; during aged-parent stage, the intergenerational reciprocal cultures shape parent-child filial attitudes, including parental expectation and adult-child filial piety. Meanwhile, parent-child relationship adjusts the two influencing paths. More attention should be paid to the influence of reconstruction of family models and intergenerational reciprocal models on parent-child filial attitude, and intervention should be taken to improve children’s filial piety in China.
Keywords filial piety      family model      reciprocity      parent-child relationship      autonomy     
Corresponding Authors: KOU Yu   
Issue Date: 15 July 2011
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LI Wan-Yu,KOU Yu. The Formation and Development of Filial Piety: A View of Parent-Child Interaction among Different Cultures[J]. , 2011, 19(7): 1069-1075.
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