超越「核心家庭」的視野:中年階段的代間關係與婚姻關係之關連機制

Project: Government MinistryMinistry of Science and Technology

Project Details

Description

In an ageing society, family relationships across several generations are becoming increasingly important. Data are obtained from the 2016 Taiwan Social Change Survey. This study examines the intergenerational relationships among individuals in mid-life, their parents, parents-in-law, and adult children. According to intergenerational solidarity theory, intergenerational relationships are dictated by various components: filial norms, quality of intergenerational relationships, and intergenerational support exchange. The interrelatedness of multigenerational relationships and a mid-life individual's marital satisfaction are explored.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date2018/08/012019/07/31

Keywords

  • Intergenerational Relationship
  • Marital Relationship
  • Mid-Life
  • Multi-generational Family
  • Taiwan Social Change Survey

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