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Author Silverstein, Merril
Title Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics 24, 2004 : Intergenerational Relations Across Time and Place
Imprint New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2004
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Note Intro -- Contents -- Contributors -- Forthcoming and Previous Volumes in the Series -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Section 1 Intergenerational Relations Across Time -- 1. Ambivalence and the Study of Intergenerational Relations -- 2. Antecedents of Intergenerational Support: Families in Context and Families as Context -- 3. The Intergenerational-Stake Phenomenon Over 20 Years -- 4. Historical Forces Shaping Grandparent-Grandchild Relationships: Demography and Beyond -- 5. Stability and Change in Childhood and Parenting: Observations Across Three Generations -- 6. Grandparenting Children with Special Needs -- Section 2 Intergenerational Relations Across Place -- 7. Migration from South Asia to the United Kingdom and the Maintenance of Transnational Intergenerational Relationships -- 8. The Role of Social Context in Shaping Intergenerational Relations in Indonesia and Bangladesh -- 9. Filial Norms and Intergenerational Support in Europe and Israel: A Comparative Perspective -- 10. Intergenerational Exchange in the United States and Japan -- 11. Intergenerational Family Relations in the United States and China -- 12. Intergenerational Transfers and Inheritance: A Comparative View -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W
This volume examines the importance of time and place, as applied to aging families. In the first section, chapters focus on the temporal dimension of intergenerational relations using frameworks from human development, sociology, social history, and social psychology. The second section focuses on the social ecology of intergenerational relations in terms of the national contexts within which families are embedded. The contributors demonstrate how the social, cultural, historical, and institutional forces that orient older and younger family members toward each other in both structured and adaptive ways
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Link Print version: Silverstein, Merril Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics 24, 2004 : Intergenerational Relations Across Time and Place New York : Springer Publishing Company,c2004 9780826117359
Subject Geriatrics.;Gerontology.;Aging
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