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‘Lost solidarity’ or ‘changed solidarity’: a comparative European view of normative family solidarity
This paper discusses filial norms, personal preferences for care, and policy opinions about the proper role of the family and the welfare state in elder care, by drawing from a comparative study ofExpand
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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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Marital history and intergenerational solidarity: The impact of divorce and unmarried cohabitation.
Among the more recent challenges for the family are the increasing divorce rates and the decline in marriages. This article examines the possible consequences of these trends for intergenerationalExpand
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Balancing generations: on the strength and character of family norms in the West and East of Europe
ABSTRACT This article explores the strength and character of responsibility norms between older parents and adult children in a European context. Data from the ‘Generations and Gender Survey’ areExpand
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Ageing, families and welfare systems: Comparative perspectives
  • S. O. Daatland
  • Economics, Medicine
  • Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie
  • 1 February 2001
Summary Some convergence between countries may be observed in total welfare spending during the later decades, but while levels are becoming more similar, the profiles are still very different. SomeExpand
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Life-course, ageing and generations in Norway:the NorLAG study
At the turn of this century, Norway was one of few Western countries without a large-scale longitudinal study on ageing and the life-course. Norwegian ageing studies were in general small andExpand
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From variables to lives: Inputs to a fresh agenda for psychological aging research in Norway
Why has aging and old age attracted so little interest in psychology? This article explores the resistance to aging perspectives, and the struggle to have gerontology recognized, in basic disciplinesExpand
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Filial Norms and Intergenerational Support in Europe and Israel: A Comparative Perspective
T he goal of this chapter is to examine the influence of filial norms, opphmity structures, and motional bonds between adult children and older parents on their exchanges of support through the useExpand
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