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Contemporary Grandparenting

  • Arthur Kornhaber - Foundation for Grandparenting, Sante Fe, Indian Law Institute

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Aging & Gerontology

December 1995 | 248 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This engaging textbook synthesizes the current knowledge about how grandparents operate in the family and in society. Using a number of case studies, the book covers topics such as: the grandparent-grandchild bond; grandparent development; grandparent-parent relationships; normative and non-normative grandparenting activities; the variety of grandparenting activities according to race, gender and age; the relationship of grandparents to the community; clinical grandparenting; and the legal rights of grandparents.
 
Introduction
 
Cultural and Historical Variations
 
Research
 
Formation of Identity
 
Functionality
 
Roles
 
Effectivity
 
Family Diversity
 
Raising Grandchildren
 
Clinical Grandparenting
 
Legal Issues
 
Intergenerational Involvement
 
Afterword
Great-Grandparenthood  

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