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Teaching Norms: Direct Evidence of Parental Transmission

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Thijs Brouwer
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Fabio Galeotti

Abstract

We examine the educative role played by parents in social norm transmission. Using a field experiment, we study whether parents enforce and comply more with norms when their children are present compared to when they are not. We compare similar parents when or after they bring or pick up their children at school. We find that parents accompanying children, in contrast to parents alone, are more likely to punish norm violators and to provide help to strangers when there is no violation. They also tend to substitute more direct punishment with withholding help as a means of indirect punishment.
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hal-03725575 , version 1 (17-07-2022)

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Thijs Brouwer, Fabio Galeotti, Marie Claire Villeval. Teaching Norms: Direct Evidence of Parental Transmission. 2022. ⟨hal-03725575⟩
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