Filial obligations among immigrants and native Dutch: a comparison of perceptions and behaviour among ethnic groups and generations

D. Schans, H.A.G. de Valk

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The aims of this chapter are threefold. First of all, we ask whether perceptions and behaviour regarding filial obligations differ between immigrants and the Dutch. Secondly, we explore whether there are differences in perceptions between generations among each of the ethnic groups.Finally, we analyse actual support behaviour in immigrant and Dutch families and question the importance of filial norms for such support. For each of these three research topics we aim to show how immigrant background compares to other socio-demographic features that could be of influence. Our study focuses on the Netherlands and includes Turks, Moroccans, Surinamese, Caribbeans as well as native Dutch.
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TitelGender, generations and the family in international migration
RedacteurenAlbert Kraler, Eleonore Kofman, Martin Kohli, Camille Schmoll
Plaats van productieAmsterdam
UitgeverijAmsterdam University Press
Aantal pagina's394
ISBN van geprinte versie978 90 8964 285 1
StatusGepubliceerd - 2011

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