Birth order and gender affect cross-generational helping

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Title: Birth order and gender affect cross-generational helping
Author: Roos, J.P.
Date: 2008
Language: en
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10224/4072
Abstract: How does kin solidarity and parent-offspring conflict manifest itself in contemporary Western societies? The GENTRANS research project surveyed children of “baby boomers” of Finns born in 1945-50 (n=1115) and their adult children (n=1435) in 2007. We predicted that parent-offspring conflict will affect interaction between adult children and their parents so that sibship size and birth order correlate negatively with giving and receiving financial and practical help. We were also interested in the role of gender.
Description: Poster April 2008 European Human Behaviour and Evolution Conference (EHBE 2008)
Subject: generational transmissions
generation
gender


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