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This paper concerns itself with public expenditures for long-term care (LTC) and seeks to make sense of the differences among European countries, using the concept of de-familialization under the welfare regime framework. For this we rely on a comparative analysis of data on public expenditures...
In light of the mixed findings concerning the determinants of family caregivers’ burden and using a stress-resource model, we present questionnaire data from 311 family caregivers (partners and children) and 311 home-care professionals of the same elderly carereceiver. The differentiation...
This study investigates self-efficacy and motivation regulation as possible mediators of the relationship between social and interpersonal resources (i.e., social network, social support, social acknowledgment as a victim, and disclosure) and adjustment disorder (AJD) symptoms in a sample of 121...
We explored the relationships in two societies between prevailing family values, the provision and receipt of help (functional solidarity), and emotional closeness (affective solidarity). The sample comprised Indian Gujaratis and Punjabis, and Bangladeshi Sylhetis living in the United Kingdom or...
A large literature shows that caregivers of chronically ill older adults have a higher risk for impaired health and decreased longevity. In this paper we review research that addresses pathways through which family members experience negative health consequences from exposure to a partner’s...
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