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Interpersonal Relations Across the Life Course

This volume (number 12) is subtitled Interpersonal Relations across the Life Course. It is inspired by the increased awareness in recent years of the way in which structural and psychosocial dimensions of the life course shape interpersonal relations. Interest in this issue has included both the maintenance of long-term relationships that may span many phases of the life course and the development of relationships that are specific to particular phases. The volume is a combination of invited and author initiated papers--all anonymously peer reviewed--that seeks to present a cohesive source of information on the multiform nature and influences of interpersonal relations from a variety of perspectives, theoretical frames, and substantive areas. Contributions reflect:Macro-micro linkages and interpersonal relations, (i.e., age structures, social institutions, and race/ethnicity) Parenting across the life course Parent-adult child relations and transitionsTransitions in non-kin relationshipsSocial relationships and well-being

Audience
Graduate students and researchers in anthropology and sociology, focused on the span of human life

Hardbound, 450 Pages

Published: September 2007

Imprint: Jai Press (elsevier)

ISBN: 978-0-7623-1292-4

Contents

  • CONTENTSLIST OF CONTRIBUTORSPREFACEACKNOWLEDGEMENTSPART 1: MACRO-MICRO LINKAGES AND INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS1. SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS IN THE NEW DEMOGRAPHIC REGIME: POTENTIALS AND RISKS, RECONSIDERED Richard A. Settersten, Jr.2. MACROSTRUCTURAL CONDITIONS OF INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS: HOW SCHOOLS AND SCHOOLING SHAPE INTERACTIONS FROM EARLY TO LATE ADOLESCENCE Christopher C. Weiss and E. Christine Baker-Smith3. ADULT SIBLINGS: A MULTI-ETHNIC STUDY OF FAMILIES Pamela Braboy Jackson, Rashawn Ray, and Mary D. ShawPART 2: PARENTING ACROSS THE LIFE COURSE4. INTERACTIVE STRESS AND COPING AROUND PARENTING: EXPLAINING TRAJECTORIES OF CHANGE IN INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS OVER THE LIFE COURSE Debra Umberson and Corinne Reczek5. ASSESSMENTS OF PARENTING QUALITY AND EXPERIENCES ACROSS THE LIFE COURSE Elaine Wethington and Claire M. Kamp Dush6. INTERGENERATIONAL CARE AND THE GREEDINESS OF ADULT CHILDREN’S MARRIAGES Naomi Gerstel and Natalia SarkisianPART 3: PARENT-ADULT CHILD RELATIONS DURING TRANSITIONS7. DIVORCE AND INTERGENERATIONAL RELATIONS ACROSS THE LIFE COURSE Adam Shapiro and Teresa M. Cooney8. PARENTAL MARITAL TRANSITIONS AND INSTRUMENTAL ASSISTANCE BETWEEN GENERATIONS: A WITHIN-FAMILY LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS Adam Davey, David J. Eggebeen, and Jyoti Savla9. CHANGES IN CONTACT AND SUPPORT WITHIN INTERGENERATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS IN THE NETHERLANDS: A COHORT AND TIME-SEQUENTIAL PERSPECTIVE Suzan van der Pas, Theo van Tilburg, and Kees Knipscheer10. PARENTS’ AND OFFSPRING’S PERCEPTIONS OF CHANGE AND CONTINUITY WHEN PARENTS EXPERIENCE THE TRANSITION TO OLD AGE Karen L. Fingerman, Elizabeth L. Hay, Claire M. Kamp Dush, Kelly E. Cichy, and Shelley J. Hosterman PART 4: TRANSITIONS IN NON-KINSHIP RELATIONSHIPS11. MAKE NEW FRIENDS BUT KEEP THE OLD? AN EXAMINATION OF TINTO’S MODEL OF SOCIAL INTEGRATION FROM A LIFE COURSE PERSPECTIVE Janel Benson12. HOW THE ETHICAL EXPERIENCE DEFINES ADULTHOOD: A SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS Stéphanie GaudetPART 5: SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS AND WELL-BEING13. WORK-FAMILY SPILLOVER AMONG DUAL-EARNER COUPLES Joyce Altobelli and Phyllis Moen14. SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS: RESOURCES AND OBSTACLES TO OLDER WOMEN’S HEALTH ADAPTATIONS AND WELL-BEING Karen A. Roberto and Erica K. Husser

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