Session 106:
Work and Family in Later Life

Friday, May 1
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Richard B
Level 5

Chair: Angela M. O'Rand, Duke University
Discussant: Amy Pienta, University of Michigan

  1. The Association between Retirement and Emotional Well-Being: Does Prior Work-Family Conflict Matter?Kathryn Coursolle, University of California, Los Angeles; Megan M. Sweeney, University of California, Los Angeles; Jeong Hwa Ho, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  2. Who Cares for Which Elderly Parents? Intersections of Race and Gender in Care-Provision for the ElderlyMichelle Goeree, University of Southern California; Bridget Hiedemann, Seattle University; Steven Stern, University of Virginia

  3. Marriage and the Retirement Life Course: Working Life Table Estimates for the U.S. Population over Age 50, by Sex and Marital StatusDavid F. Warner, Case Western Reserve University; Melissa Hardy, Pennsylvania State University

  4. Trends and Determinants of Extended Family Living Arrangements of Hispanic and Asian Elderly in the United States: The Roles of Resources and AssimilationDouglas T. Gurak, Cornell University; Mary M. Kritz, Cornell University

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