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American, Nepalese children disagree on social obligations with age

As preschoolers age, American kids are more prone to acknowledge one's freedom to act against social obligations compared to Nepalese children, who are less willing to say that people can and will violate social codes, finds a cross-cultural study. The findings, researchers said, suggest that culture is a significant influence on children's concepts of choice regarding social norms.
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