Family relationships

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Social Work
Department Social Work College of
Creator Barusch, Amanda
Title Family relationships
Date 2000-01-01
Description With increased longevity, family relationships have become both more complex and more enduring. At the end of the twentieth century, four-generation and even five-generation families were not uncommon, and with longer life comes longer lifelong relationships, such as marriage. Advanced age presents many families with the challenge of caring for the very old, often at a time when adolescent children also require attention and care. The stress of caregiving can, in some cases, result in abuse of the elderly family member. Today's aging families operate in a complex society and may confront legal considerations around issues related to illness and death.
Type Text
Publisher Salem Press
Volume 1
First Page 268
Last Page 274
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Barusch, A. (2000). Family relationships in Roberts, P. (Ed.). Aging. Salem Press, Pasadena California, 1, 268-74.
Rights Management (c)Barusch, A. (2000). Family relationships in Roberts, P. (Ed.). Aging. Salem Press, Pasadena, California. Used with permission of EBSCO Information Services, Ipswich, Massachusetts.
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Identifier uspace,13850
ARK ark:/87278/s6697ndc
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Date Created 2013-10-07
Date Modified 2013-10-07
ID 709300
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6697ndc
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