Social capital and intimate partnership in later life: A gendered perspective on 60+ year-old Israelis

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epartnering ocial capital ender ater life The gendered meaning of the repartnering process and the social capital mechanisms that facilitate it were examined bymeans of in-depth interviews with 32 Israelis 60 years and older. Two central themes emerged from the interviews. The first theme relates to the interviewees’ gendered perceptions of the change in… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.socnet.2010.06.002

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@article{Spalter2010SocialCA, title={Social capital and intimate partnership in later life: A gendered perspective on 60+ year-old Israelis}, author={Tal Spalter}, journal={Social Networks}, year={2010}, volume={32}, pages={330-338} }