In an aging society, most people can expect to spend three or more decades of their adult years with living parents. Despite growing interest in the relations between adult children and their parents, most researches have been narrowly focused on their contemporary relations and have largely ignored the influence of their earlier relationships. Additionally, little attention has been given to the effect of parent–adult child relations on adult children’s marital relationships. Data are obtained from a panel study conducted by the Taiwan Youth Project. This study has two goals: first, we examine the links between parent-child relationships from adolescent to young adulthood. Second, we explore how relationships with parents affect adult children’s marital quality.
|Effective start/end date||2019/08/01 → 2021/07/31|
- Intergenerational Relationship
- Parent-Child Relationship
- Marital Relationship
- Young Adulthood
- Taiwan Youth Project
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