Filial care in Sweden: Does childhood family dissolution and parents’ present living arrangements matter for adult children’s support?

@inproceedings{Kridahl2019FilialCI,
  title={Filial care in Sweden: Does childhood family dissolution and parents’ present living arrangements matter for adult children’s support?},
  author={L. Kridahl and Ann-Zofie E. Duvander},
  year={2019}
}
Abstract: The study examines adult children’s propensity to provide personal care to older parents in Sweden by gender of adult child, parental breakup in childhood and parent’s living arrangements. Data are from the Swedish Generations and Gender Survey from 2012/2013. OLS regression analyses examined personal care separately for mother and fathers. Adult daughters are more likely than sons to provide personal care to older mothers and fathers. Parental breakup in childhood does not lead to… Expand

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