Kids too dependent on parents say scientists


Why do American children depend on their parents to do things for them that they are capable of doing for themselves?

Elinor Ochs, an anthropologist at the University of California, Los Angeles and her colleagues, have studied family life as far away as Samoa and the Peruvian Amazon region, but for the last decade they have focused on a society closer to home: the American middle class.

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