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Thinking about how patterns of child-rearing vary by class, lower-class parents generally stress _____, while well-to-do parents typically stress _____. Answer independence; protecting children
independence; dependence obedience; creativity creativity; obedience
Thinking about how patterns of child-rearing vary by class, lower-class parents generally stress OBEDIENCE, while well-to-do parents typically stress CREATIVITY.
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Thinking about how patterns of child-rearing vary by class, lower-class parents generally stress OBEDIENCE, while well-to-do parents typically stress CREATIVITY.

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