intergenerational relationships between married children and their parents in 21st century japan

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Intergenerational Relationships between Married Children and Their Parents in 21st Century Japan
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ISBN 10 : 9004447512
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Intergenerational Relationships between Married Children and Their Parents in 21st Century Japan introduces a new perspective of the individualized marriage into a study of intergenerational relationships and examines how the patri-lineal tradition is both changing and maintained.

Intergenerational Relationships between Married Children and Their Parents in 21st Century Japan

Intergenerational Relationships between Married Children and Their Parents in 21st Century Japan introduces a new perspective of the individualized marriage into a study of intergenerational relationships and examines how the patri-lineal tradition is both changing and maintained.

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