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The Role of Child Perception and Motivation in Political Socialization – ERRATUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 June 2022

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Copyright © The Author(s), 2022. Published by Cambridge University Press

During the transfer from an accepted manuscript to the final printed copy, as part of the preparation for the publisher, the tables were reformatted from .png files to Word files. During this process, the authors regret that Table 5 was inadvertently duplicated to both Table 4 and Table 5 and the final and correct Table 4 was overwritten and never made it the printed version. The reviewers and editors always saw the correct tables however, and the error was a typo of sorts, that only occurred after acceptance and in the post-production process. The data, analyses and findings remain unchanged.

Table 4: Examining the Factors that Moderate Perception of Parental PID

* p < .05, † p < .10

Note: Data come from the Youth-Parent Socialization Study (YPSS), the Health & Lifestyles Study (HLS), and the National Longitudinal Study of Youth (NLSY). The dependent variable is the child's perception of the parent's party identification. Models are ordered logistic regression, cell entries are estimated coefficients, and standard errors are listed in parentheses. A table of results that include controls for the child's sex, race, age, education and the parent's sex and education are reported in the SI.

The following Table is the original and correct Table 4 that the authors refer to in the published version of the manuscript.

The authors would like to thank Linet Durmuşoğlu for bringing the table mismatch to their attention, which led this correction.

The authors and publisher apologise for any inconvenience caused.

References

Hatemi, PK and Ojeda, C (2020) The Role of Child Perception and Motivation in Political Socialization. British Journal of Political Science. Published by Cambridge University Press, 28 February 2020. doi:10.1017/S0007123419000516.Google Scholar
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Table 4: Examining the Factors that Moderate Perception of Parental PID

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