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  • Influence
Solidarity-conflict and ambivalence: testing two conceptual frameworks and their impact on quality of life for older family members.
  • A. Lowenstein
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The journals of gerontology. Series B…
  • 1 March 2007
OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to test empirically two major conceptualizations of parent-child relations in later adulthood-intergenerational solidarity-conflict and ambivalenceExpand
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Temporary Single Parenthood--The Case of Prisoners' Families.
The plight of prisoners' children was investigated. The study delineates the adjustment problems children experienced as a result of their separation from the father, and identifies the predictingExpand
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Is Elder Abuse and Neglect a Social Phenomenon? Data from the First National Prevalence Survey in Israel
This article discusses findings from the First National Survey on Elder Abuse and Neglect in Israel, conducted during 2004–2005 under the sponsorship of The Association for Planning and DevelopmentExpand
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Intergenerational solidarity and the family–welfare state balance
The article addresses the strength and character of intergenerational family solidarity under different family cultures and welfare state regimes in order to answer the following two questions: (1)Expand
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Filial norms and family support in a comparative cross-national context: evidence from the OASIS study
The article aims to answer three questions: How strong are the bonds of obligations and expectations between generations? To what extent are different types of support exchanged between generations?Expand
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Reciprocity in Parent–Child Exchange and Life Satisfaction among the Elderly: A Cross‐National Perspective
This study explores the role of intergenerational exchange relationships in the life satisfaction of a cross-national sample of older people. Specifically, it replicates and extends the study by Lee,Expand
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Older Parent - Child Relationships in Six Developed Nations: Comparisons at the Intersection of Affection and Conflict.
Intergenerational solidarity and ambivalence paradigms suggest that emotional relationships between generations consist of both positive and negative sentiments. We applied latent class analysis toExpand
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Exploring generational intelligence as a model for examining the process of intergenerational relationships
ABSTRACT The purpose of this article is to examine an emerging model of intergenerational relationships that takes as its starting point the degree to which it is possible to place oneself in theExpand
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Generational Intelligence: A Critical Approach to Age Relations
1.What is Generational Intelligence? 2. Self and the Generational Imagination 3. Developing Generational Awareness 4. Self and Other 5. Generational Strategies and Negotiation 6. Generations andExpand
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