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The Parental Experience in Midlife (The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Series on Mental Health and De)


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Most adults experience parenthood. But the longest period of the parental experience—when children grow into adolescence and young adulthood and parents themselves are not yet elderly—is the least understood. In this groundbreaking volume, distinguished scholars from anthropology, demography, economics, psychology, social work, and sociology explore the uncharted years of midlife parenthood. The authors employ a rich array of theory and methods to address how the parental experience affects the health, well-being, and development of individuals. Collectively, they look at the time when parents watch offspring grow into adulthood and begin to establish adult-to-adult relationships with their children.

With a strong emphasis on the diversity of midlife parenting, including sociodemographic variations and specific parent or child characteristics such as single parenting or raising a child with a disability, this volume presents for the first time the complex factors that influence the quality of the midlife parenting experience.

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Manufacturer:University Of Chicago Press
Part Number:42 line drawings, 102 tables
Publisher:University Of Chicago Press
Studio:University Of Chicago Press
MPN:42 line drawings, 102 tables
EAN:9780226732510
Item Weight:2.41 pounds
Item Size:1.7 x 9 x 9 inches
Package Weight:2.64 pounds
Package Size:6.35 x 1.76 x 1.76 inches

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