The temporal structure of intergenerational exchange: a within-family analysis of parent-child reciprocity.

@article{Leopold2013TheTS,
  title={The temporal structure of intergenerational exchange: a within-family analysis of parent-child reciprocity.},
  author={Thomas Leopold and Marcel Raab},
  journal={Journal of aging studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={27 3},
  pages={252-63}
}
Previous studies of parent-child reciprocity have focused either on the long term (generalized exchange over the life course) or on the short term (concurrent exchange in later life). The purpose of this research was to investigate the linkage between both temporal patterns of reciprocity within an integrative conceptual framework. We assessed whether long-term and short-term reciprocity operated as interdependent mechanisms that initially selected and subsequently relieved intergenerational… CONTINUE READING

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