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Unformatted text preview: Support for substitution model: caregiving Support for additive model: intergenerational contact o Gender of Children Women as kin keepers Caregiving and Linked Lives o Psychological benefits of providing care Siblings who are not primary caregivers are in some cases more depressed (Amirkhanyan and Wolf, 2003) Caregiving in Japan from a life course perspective o Socio-Historical Context and Linked Lives o Comparison of families in Tokyo and Okinawa, Japan Key Points o Linked lives: sibling relationships and elder care What do the additive and the substitution models predict? What do Logan and Spitze (1996) find regarding the predictions of these models?...
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- Fall '11