|Title||Family Support Networks among Elders in a Native American Community: Contact with Children and Siblings among the Prairie Band Potawatomi|
|Created by:||Robert John|
|Description:||Study primarily consisted of interviews with 19 elders about contact with each child and sibling with respect to nine common activities: recreation, visits to talk, family gatherings, participation in religious activities, telephone conversations, sharing a meal, exchanging gifts, and giving or receiving help. The effects of proximity, gender, marital status and equity of helping relationship were then analyzed.|
|Citation:||Journal of Aging Studies, Vol. 5, No. 1, 1991, pp. -59.
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Society > Elderly
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