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Beziehungen zwischen Großeltern und Enkelkindern im Kontext des familialen Beziehungssystems
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dc.contributor.authorArránz Becker, Oliverde
dc.contributor.authorSteinbach, Anjade
dc.date.accessioned2013-07-01T13:30:13Z
dc.date.available2013-07-01T13:30:13Z
dc.date.issued2012de
dc.identifier.issn1869-8999de
dc.identifier.urihttp://www.ssoar.info/ssoar/handle/document/34523
dc.description.abstract"The demographic change which has taken place in recent decades, and in particular the considerable increase in life expectancy, has resulted in intergenerational relationships that are lasting much longer. Despite the increase in people's median age at first child birth, members of different generations now have the opportunity to live together for periods that are unparalleled in human history. Especially the medical and technical progress has led to grandparents being increasingly capable in both health and cognitive terms at an advanced age that they provide active support for their children and grandchildren in many ways. This article addresses the question to what extent the relationship potentials - also against the background of modernization processes within society (e.g. increasing demands as to mobility, problems in reconciling family and work) - are transformed into actual support by grandparents for the grandchildren's generation. The analyses are based on data from the parents of the primary respondents ('anchor persons') in the German Family Panel (Beziehungs- und Familienpanel - pairfam, 2nd wave 2009/ 2010, parents' questionnaire) with a grandchild aged between 8 and 15. The significance of various factors influencing the strength of relationships between grandparents and their grandchildren is empirically examined. Firstly, social-structural characteristics and family-related attitudes on the part of the members of the various generations are considered, and secondly, various family members' personal and social resources. All in all, it is revealed that grandparent-grandchild relationships are largely independent from personal resources such as employment status, but that they are associated with social resources, that is the relationships between grandparents and parents, as well as with grandparents' partnership status. Moreover, there are pronounced regional differences (i.e., stronger grandparent-grandchild relations in Eastern Germany) and a positive impact of familialism." (author's abstract)en
dc.languageende
dc.subject.ddcSociology & anthropologyen
dc.subject.ddcSoziologie, Anthropologiede
dc.titleRelations between grandparents and grandchildren in the context of the family systemde
dc.title.alternativeBeziehungen zwischen Großeltern und Enkelkindern im Kontext des familialen Beziehungssystemsde
dc.description.reviewbegutachtet (peer reviewed)de
dc.description.reviewpeer revieweden
dc.source.journalComparative Population Studies - Zeitschrift für Bevölkerungswissenschaft
dc.source.volume37de
dc.publisher.countryDEU
dc.source.issue3-4de
dc.subject.classozFamily Sociology, Sociology of Sexual Behavioren
dc.subject.classozFamiliensoziologie, Sexualsoziologiede
dc.subject.thesozBundesrepublik Deutschlandde
dc.subject.thesozalte Bundesländerde
dc.subject.thesozgenerationen
dc.subject.thesozGroßelternde
dc.subject.thesozfamily memberen
dc.subject.thesozIntergenerational relationsen
dc.subject.thesozold federal statesen
dc.subject.thesozFamiliensituationde
dc.subject.thesozFederal Republic of Germanyen
dc.subject.thesozsocial relationsen
dc.subject.thesozneue Bundesländerde
dc.subject.thesozfamily sizeen
dc.subject.thesozNew Federal Statesen
dc.subject.thesozsoziale Beziehungende
dc.subject.thesozintergenerational mobilityen
dc.subject.thesozFamiliengrößede
dc.subject.thesozEnkelde
dc.subject.thesozIntergenerationenmobilitätde
dc.subject.thesozGenerationde
dc.subject.thesozFamiliede
dc.subject.thesozgrandparentsen
dc.subject.thesozfamilyen
dc.subject.thesozGenerationenverhältnisde
dc.subject.thesozfamily situationen
dc.subject.thesozgrandchilden
dc.subject.thesozFamilienangehörigerde
dc.identifier.urnurn:nbn:de:bib-cpos-2012-06de6de
dc.rights.licenceDeposit Licence - Keine Weiterverbreitung, keine Bearbeitungde
dc.rights.licenceDeposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modificationsen
ssoar.gesis.collectionaDISde
ssoar.contributor.institutionCPoSde
internal.statusformal und inhaltlich fertig erschlossende
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dc.source.pageinfo543-566de
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internal.identifier.ddc301
dc.source.issuetopicEmpirical Analyses based on the German Family Panel (pairfam)de
dc.identifier.doihttps://doi.org/10.4232/10.CPoS-2012-06ende
dc.subject.methodsempirischde
dc.subject.methodsempirisch-quantitativde
dc.subject.methodsempiricalen
dc.subject.methodsquantitative empiricalen
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