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Primary Values and Modernization

Iqbal Zafar , Nazia Malik , Saif-ur-Rehman and Farooq Tanveer
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The main objective of the presence study was to study family attitude towards acceptance/adoption of traditional values and to investigate the primary family values and their effect on development in urban areas of Faisalabad. The total number of respondents were 200 from Faisalabad city. The results showed that parents of any age group always emphasize on conformity values. In the case of illiterate respondents they require 100% conformity values with not at all emphasize on self centered achievement. It also showed that the respondent had maximum per capita monthly income required more self centered achievement as compared to conformity values which turned the attention more towards socialization.

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Iqbal Zafar , Nazia Malik , Saif-ur-Rehman and Farooq Tanveer , 2002. Primary Values and Modernization . Journal of Applied Sciences, 2: 344-345.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2002.344.345


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