- Title Pages
- List of figures and tables
- Notes on contributors
- One Demographic ageing, labour market regulation and intergenerational relations
- Two Intergenerational solidarity in families: interplay between the family and the state
- Three Intergenerational ambivalence: beyond solidarity and conflict1
- Four Intergenerational policy and the study of intergenerational relationships: a tentative proposal
- Five Intergenerational congruence of attachment: limitations of findings
- Six Value transmission between parents and their adolescent children: the process and its outcomes. A psycho-social perspective
- Seven Value orientations and perception of social change in post-communist Romania
- Eight Intergenerational conflict: the case of adult children and their parents
- Nine Grandparent-grandchild relations in a changing society: different types and roles
- Ten Family change theory: a preliminary evaluation on the basis of recent cross-cultural studies
- Eleven How does family sociology contribute to the definition and measurement of a concept of family care for elderly persons?
- Twelve Intergenerational solidarity in an ageing society: socio-demographic determinants of intergenerational support to elderly parents
- Thirteen Family caregiving for older people from a life-span developmental point of view
- Where do we go from here? An epilogue concerning the importance of solidarity between generations
- (p.1) Introduction
- Intergenerational relations
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