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Intergenerational Contact in the United States and Japan: Effects of the Shape of the Intergenerational Network

Citation

Rindfuss, Ronald R. & Raley, R. Kelly (1998). Intergenerational Contact in the United States and Japan: Effects of the Shape of the Intergenerational Network. In Mason, Karen Oppenheim; Tsuya, Noriko O.; & Choe, Minja Kim (Eds.), The Changing Family in Comparative Perspective: Asia and the United States (pp. 193-213). Honolulu: East-West Center.

Abstract

Economic development and globalization are affecting families in most countries of the world. Are families in Asia responding to modernizing forces by becoming more like families in the West? Or have they produced unique responses to modernization?

Reference Type

Book Chapter

Book Title

The Changing Family in Comparative Perspective: Asia and the United States

Author(s)

Rindfuss, Ronald R.
Raley, R. Kelly

Editor(s)

Mason, Karen Oppenheim
Tsuya, Noriko O.
Choe, Minja Kim

Year Published

1998

Pages

193-213

Publisher

East-West Center

City of Publication

Honolulu

Reference ID

1383