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This quantity analyzes intergenerational harmony from assorted interdisciplinary angles in the social sciences. It offers analytical instruments to improve examine and records how societies are adjusting to significant alterations that impact the middle of the social fabric.

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Three sets of normative expectations and obligations characterize the traditional contract across generations: (1) biosocial generation and socialization norms reflect the primary involvement of families and public education in the socialization of each successive generation; (2) norms of gerosocial succession are associated with the availability of resources in the form of financial and emotional support provided to the younger generation by older generations in families, and in public transfers involving the passing of older generations in death or retirement; and (3) there are norms regarding geriatric dependencies, which reflect the expectation that family caregiving and public support from welfare programs will be provided for the old.

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