Aging and Generational Relations: Life-Course and Cross-Cultural Perspectives

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Tamara K. Hareven
Transaction Publishers - Social Science - 300 pages
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Contents

The Generation in the Middle Cohort Comparisons in the Assistance to Aging Parents in an American Community
3
Fathers and Sons in Rural America Occupational Choice and Intergenerational Ties across the Life Course
31
The WellBeing of Aging Americans with Very Old Parents
61
Exchanges within Black American ThreeGeneration Families The Family Environment Context Model
83
The Demography of Family Care for the Elderly
115
Asymmetry in Intergenerational Family Relationships in Italy
139
Equity between Generations in Aging Societies The Problem of Assessing Public Policies
157
Types of Supports for the Aged and Their Providers in Taiwan
179
Familial Support and the Life Course of Thai Elderly and Their Children
217
Intergenerational Support in Sri Lanka The Elderly and Their Children
241
Generational Relations and Their Changes as They Affect the Status of Older People in Japan
263
Generational Relations A Future Perspective
283
Index
293
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