Family models of independence/interdependence and their intergenerational similarity in Germany, Turkey, and India

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Mishra, Ramesh C.
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Family Science. 2012, 3(1), pp. 64-74. ISSN 1942-4620. eISSN 1942-4639. Available under: doi: 10.1080/19424620.2011.671503
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Family change theory suggests three ideal-typical family models characterized by different combinations of emotional and material interdependencies in the family. Its major proposition is that in economically developing countries with a collectivistic background a family model of emotional interdependence emerges from a family model of complete interdependence. The current study aims to identify and compare patterns of family-related value orientations related to family change theory across three cultures and two generations. Overall, N = 919 dyads of mothers and their adolescent children from Germany, Turkey, and India participated in the study. Three clusters were identified representing the family models of independence, interdependence, and emotional interdependence, respectively. Especially the identification of an emotionally interdependent value pattern using a person-oriented approach is an important step in the empirical validation of family change theory. The preference for the three family models differed across as well as within cultures and generations according to theoretical predictions. Dyadic analyses pointed to substantial intergenerational similarities and also to differences in family models, reflecting both cultural continuity as well as change in family-related value orientations.

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family change theory, family models, cross-cultural comparison, intergenerational similarity, person-oriented approach
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ISO 690MAYER, Boris, Gisela TROMMSDORFF, Cigdem KAGITCIBASI, Ramesh C. MISHRA, 2012. Family models of independence/interdependence and their intergenerational similarity in Germany, Turkey, and India. In: Family Science. 2012, 3(1), pp. 64-74. ISSN 1942-4620. eISSN 1942-4639. Available under: doi: 10.1080/19424620.2011.671503
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