Social structure and the family: generational relations. Edited by Ethel Shanas [and] Gordon F. Streib.
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Streib, Gordon F., 1919-2011,
Duke University. Program in Socio-Economic Studies of Aging.
Gerontological Society. Psychological and Social Science Section.
Prentice-Hall sociology series.
xii, 394 pages 25 cm.
"A report of a symposium sponsored by the Program in Socio-economic Studies of Aging, Duke University, and the Special Projects Committee, the Psychological and Social Sciences[s] Section of the Gerontological Society."
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
pt. 1 Introduction: 1. Social structure and the family: generational relations: an introduction / Gordon F. Streib and Ethel Shanas -- part 2 The individual as the focus of analysis: 2. Psychodynamics and the three-generation family / Alvin I. Goldfarb -- 3. Social work and family relationships in later life with some thoughts on filial maturity / Margaret Blenkner -- part 3 Empirical studies in the United States: 4. Relationships of adult children with their parents in the United States / Marvin B. Sussman -- 5. Nuclear and extended family relationships: a normative and behavioral analysis / Alan C. Kerckhoff -- 6. Decision making and the family life cycle / Reuben Hill -- part 4 Cross-societal studies: 7. Relations between generations and the three-generation household in Denmark / Jan Stehouwer -- 8. The effects of family structure on the likelihood of admission to an institution in old age: the application of a general theory / Peter Townsend -- 9. Intergenerational tensions and extended family structures in Africa / Robert A. Le Vine -- part 5 Social welfare, the law, the economy: 10. Social welfare and its implications for family living / Margaret Keeney Rosenheim -- 11. Motivation of intergenerational behavior by norms of law / Max Rheinstein -- 12. The economics of intergenerational relationships / Juanita M. Kreps -- part 6 Theoretical perspective: 13. Extended kin relations in an industrial democratic society / Eugene Litwak -- part 7 Commentary and criticism: 14. A social psychologist looks at kinship structure / Kurt W. Back -- 15. Intergenerational relationships: problems and proposals / Irving Rosow.
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