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  • T O Kauh
  • International journal of aging & human…
  • 1999
This study examines the current status of older Korean immigrants and their changing roles in their families. Interviews were conducted with fifty elderly and forty adult children from Korean-American families residing in the Philadelphia area. The results suggest that a decrease in power and resources placed the elderly Koreans in an unfavorable position(More)
  • T O Kauh
  • Journal of cross-cultural gerontology
  • 1997
This paper examined intergenerational relations and cohesiveness in the Korean-American family, based on a concept of family solidarity. The data were drawn from face-to-face interviews for 50 older Korean immigrants, telephone interviews for 40 Korean adult children in the Philadelphia area. Most Korean-American elderly were found to live in proximity to a(More)
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