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Intergenerational Ambivalence : a New Approach to the Study of Parent-Child Relations in Later Life
KURT LUESCHER University of Konstanz KARL PILLEMER Cornell University* Social scientific interest in intergenerational relationships between adults has increased in recent years. However, there is aExpand
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Examining Lives in Context: Perspectives on the Ecology of Human Development
Individual Development: A Holistic, Integrated, Model - David Magnusson - Understanding Individual Differences in Environmental-Risk Exposure - Michael Rutter, Lorna Champion, David Quinton, BarbaraExpand
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Intergenerational Ambivalence: Further Steps in Theory and Research
Key Words: ambivalence, family therapy, gender, intergenerational relations, postmodernism. The article by Ingrid Connidis and Julie McMullin and the initiative of the Journal of Marriage andExpand
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Markers of tumor angiogenesis and proteolysis independently define high- and low-risk subsets of node-negative breast cancer patients.
PURPOSE To compare the prognostic impact of tumor angiogenesis factors (vascular endothelial growth factor [VEGF], angiogenin, and basic fibroblast growth factor [bFGF]), tumor proteolysis factorsExpand
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2. CONCEPTUALIZING AND UNCOVERING INTERGENERATIONAL AMBIVALENCE
Intergenerational relations imply dealing with ambivalences. This thesis is what the contributions to this volume have in common. Yet, critics may claim that it is not a new insight. Among them areExpand
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Ambivalence: A “Sensitizing Construct” for the Study and Practice of Intergenerational Relationships
In recent years the idea of ambivalence has found rising attention in the field of intergenerational relationships studies and practice. It allows one to consider the contradictory dynamics ofExpand
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