This book is an in-depth, cutting-edge report on the intergenerational ambivalence perspective - an innovative framework for understanding parent-adult child relationships that has emerged from work in several disciplines such as sociology, psychology, history, and family therapy in the US and Europe over the past ten years. It is an excellent starting point for anyone interested in the ambivalent feelings experienced between adult children and their parents. The volume is particularly suited for scholars, graduate courses, and advanced undergraduate courses on the family, aging, life-course, and gender studies.
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Subtítulo: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON PARENT-CHILD RELATIONS IN LATE