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Intergenerational relationships of older adults - S. van der Pas

ISBN: 9789090210759
AUTEUR: S. van der Pas

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Intergenerational relationships of older adults: family structure, contact and norms / dissertation / Vrije Universiteit Amstertdam

...bin Thomas, Elisa Camussi, Roberta Siliquini (2007) ... The Impact of Intergenerational Relationship on Health and ... ... . Older Adults' Perceptions of Well-Being after Intergenerational Experiences with Youth. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships: Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 6-22. Like those from Studies 1 and 2, the present results suggest that frequent intergenerational contact alone may not be sufficient to reduce ageism; it is the perceived quality of intergenerational contact and the knowledge that other young people have positive relationships with older adults that has the potential to improve young people's attitudes towards older adults. The significant relationship between intergenerat ... Why Intergenerational Relationships are Good for You | Rewire ... . The significant relationship between intergenerational closeness and sense of control further substantiates the beneficial effects of sense of control on health and quality of life among older Chinese adults, as noted in previous research. 20-22 Stronger feelings of closeness with one's children, which can reflect feelings of happiness and sources of support, could provide self‐confidence ... Older parents may still desire to see and have a relationship with a child who has abused them, and adult children who are or have been abused or abusive may have this desire as well. The service provider needs to know family history and allow for self-determination to the extent possible, based on (a) who is the client, and (b) whether or not the client is able to give informed consent. Intergenerational relationships were a significant antecedent of SRH trajectory class memberships among men but not women. Gender differences in the cumulative effects of intergenerational relationships on the health of older adults were identified in rural China. From a young age, our most important relationships can be characterized as intergenerational; our parents, siblings, grandparents, cousins, etc. When we're young, those that are older are taking care of us, helping us navigate life and teach us how to engage in the world around us. participation in intergenerational programs and meaningful cross-age relationships may decrease social isolation and increase older adults' sense of belonging, self-esteem, and well-being, while also improving social and emotional skills of children and youth participants. INTERGENERATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS OF OLDER ADULTS FAMILY STRUCTURE, CONTACT AND NORMS ACADEMISCH PROEFSCHRIFT ter verkrijging van de graad Doctor aan de Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, op gezag van de rector magnificus prof.dr. L.M. Bouter, in het openbaar te verdedigen ten overstaan van de promotiecommissie Intergenerational relationships play an important role in the mental health conditions of older adults, especially in Chinese culture. Therefore, this study aims to unravel the complex connection between intergenerational relationships and depression, and to explore the potential mediating roles of loneliness and nighttime insomnia symptoms within that connection. Impact of intergenerational programs on older adults' psychological well-being: A meta-analysis by Yan Su A thesis submitted to the graduate faculty in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE Major: Gerontology Program of Study Committee: Jennifer A. Margrett, Major Professor Marcus Crede Daniel W. Russell Many outcomes and behaviors in older adults are influenced by events, social relationships, noncognitive character skills, environmental factors, and habits that begin relatively early in life. Subgroups of the population experience disadvantage throu...