Familiale Generationenbeziehungen aus bevölkerungssoziologischer Perspektive

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Zusammenfassung

Der Fokus des vorliegenden Beitrags liegt auf den wechselseitigen Einflüssen zwischen familialen Generationenbeziehungen und den demographischen Kernprozessen Fertilität und Nuptialität, Mortalität (einschließlich Gesundheit) sowie Migration. Hierbei sind theoretisch jeweils zwei Wirkungsrichtungen denkbar: (1) Die Wirkung der spezifischen Ausgestaltung der Beziehungen zwischen Eltern und erwachsenen Kindern auf den demographischen Prozess und (2) die Wirkung des demographischen Prozesses auf die Ausgestaltung von familialen Generationenbeziehungen. Die Aufarbeitung des Forschungsstandes zeigt, dass es zwar in einigen Teilbereichen bereits eine umfangreiche Literatur gibt, dass aber noch nicht zu allen theoretisch denkbaren Zusammenhängen empirische Ergebnisse vorliegen. Von diesem Befund ausgehend, schließt der Beitrag mit einem Ausblick auf zukünftige Perspektiven familialer Generationenbeziehungen und deren Erforschung.

Schlüsselwörter

Demographie Fertilität Generationenbeziehungen Gesundheit Migration Trennung und Scheidung 

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