We tested the hypothesis that parental support for autonomy moderates the effects of societal threat to security on the development of right-wing authoritarianism (RWA). In a quasi-experimental study performed on 241 Italian university students, societal threat to safety fostered RWA only among participants who reported low levels of parental support for autonomy.

The social development of right-wing authoritarianism: The interaction between parental autonomy support and societal threat to safety

ROCCATO, Michele;Silvia, Russo
2017

Abstract

We tested the hypothesis that parental support for autonomy moderates the effects of societal threat to security on the development of right-wing authoritarianism (RWA). In a quasi-experimental study performed on 241 Italian university students, societal threat to safety fostered RWA only among participants who reported low levels of parental support for autonomy.
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Claudia, Manzi; Michele, Roccato; Fabio, Paderi; Sara, Vitrotti; Silvia, Russo
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