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Aging and Generational Relations: A Historical and Life Course Perspective
This review explores historical changes in generational relations in American society as they affect adaptation to the later years of life. Following a life course perspective, the review examinesExpand
Turning Points and Transitions: Perceptions of the Life Course
This study uses American (Manchester, New Hampshire) and Japanese (Shizuoka) cohorts in 1910-1950 to explore the similarities and differences between "life-course transitions, " defined as theExpand
Urbanization and the malleable household: an examination of boarding and lodging in American families
The challenges to traditional values posed by the urbanization of American society included by the late nineteenth century a new and widespread doubt that the family was capable ofwithstanding theExpand
The silk weavers of Kyoto
The Search for Generational Memory: Tribal Rites in Industrial Society.
In 1958 Claude cockburn recalled a meeting with three Ladino-speaking Jews in Sofia shortly after the Second World War. They explained that they were not Spaniards, but one of them added, "Our familyExpand
FAMILY HISTORY AT THE CROSSROADS
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