Tradition in transition--intergenerational relations with focus on the aged and their family members in a South African context.

@article{Bohman2009TraditionIT,
  title={Tradition in transition--intergenerational relations with focus on the aged and their family members in a South African context.},
  author={Doris M. Bohman and N C Van Wyk and Sebastian Ekman},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of caring sciences},
  year={2009},
  volume={23 3},
  pages={
          446-55
        }
}
This study describes the intergenerational relations influence on the care of the aged in a transitional period expressed by a group of aged South Africans and their family members. Focused ethnographic research was carried out from 2001 to 2006 in a semi-rural area in central South Africa. Twenty-nine participants representing 16 families took part in multiple group interviews. The data was supplemented through individual interviews with 10 of the participants as well as home visits… CONTINUE READING
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