Aging Studies Institute Faculty and Students present at IAGG 2017
Aging Studies Institute faculty and students attended the 2017 IAGG conference in July located in San Francisco and presented on the following topics.
Cultural and Gendered Expectations of Latin American and Caribbean Grandmothers in the U.S.- Ynesse Abdul-Malak
Nativity Differences in Recovery and Deterioration in Late-Life Disablement – Rebecca Wang
Constructing Transnational Families: Generational Ties. Filial Piety, and Caregiving Across Borders – Joonsik Yoon
Prevalence and Profile of Grandparents Providing Occasional Grandchild Care in the U.S. – Yooumi Lee
Entering or Exiting Grandchild Care During the Economic Crisis in the U.S. – Yooumi Lee
Comparative Study of Caregiving in China and Australia – Hal Kendig, Cathy Hong Gong, Merril Silverstein
Building Connections Between Elder Law and Gerontology – Nina Kohn, Israel Doron, Maria Brown
Spiritual Development in Later Life: Perspectives from a 45-year Longitudinal Study – Vern Bengtson, Merril Silverstein
Stepparent-Child Intergenerational Solidarity in 11 years: Moderating Role of Religious Discordance – Woosang Hwang, Merril Silverstein, and Maria Brown
Occupational Stress and Health Among Home Health Care Workers – Jeanette Zoeckler
Grandchildren as Support and Care Providers to Older Adults in China – Merril Silverstein, Ling Xu
Childhood Disadvantage, Military Service, and Men’s Self-Rated Health – Janet Wilmoth, Andrew London, and Wendy Palmer
To learn more about IAGG 2017, click here.