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Grandmothers migrating, working and caring: Latvian women between survival and self-realisation

, O. and Marks, L. (2009) Grandparents across the Ocean: Eastern European immigrants’ struggle to maintain intergenerational relationships, Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 40(1): 77-95. Neugarten, B. L. (1974) Age groups in American society and the rise of the young-old, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 415: 187-198. Novikova, I. (2006) Gender equality in Latvia: achievements and challenges, in J. Lukić, J. Regulska and D. Zaviršek (eds) Women and Citizenship in Central and Eastern Europe . Aldershot: Ashgate

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How demographic patterns and social policies shape interdependence among lives in the family realm

References Abendroth, A. K., Huffman, M. L., & Treas, J. (2014). The parity penalty in life course perspective: Motherhood and occupational status in 13 European countries. American Sociological Review, 79(5): 993–1014. American Bar Association (2014). Default Surrogate Consent Statutes. Accessed May 27, 2016 Anttonen, A., & Sipilä, J. (1996). European social care services: Is it possible to identify models? Journal

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Family and fertility: does kin help influence women’s fertility, and how does this vary worldwide?

References Aassve, Arnstein, Elena Meroni, and Chiara Pronzato. 2012. “Grandparenting and Childbearing in the Extended Family.” European Journal of Population / Revue Européenne de Démographie 28 (4): 499–518. doi:10.1007/s10680-012-9273-2. Aubel, J, I Toure, and M Diagne. 2004. “Senegalese Grandmothers Promote Improved Maternal and Child Nutrition Practices: The Guardians of Tradition Are Not Averse to Change.” Social Science & Medicine 59 (5): 945–59. Balbo, Nicoletta, and Melinda Mills. 2011. “The Influence of the Family Network on the

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