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    Title: Is the Household-Based Convoy a Role-Related Support Network?
    Authors: 陳肇男;Chaonan Chen;廖培珊;Pei-shan Liao;林惠玲;Hui-lin Lin
    Contributors: 健康產業管理學系
    Keywords: social support, convoy, family
    Date: 2010-08
    Issue Date: 2012-11-26 12:06:46 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Based on role theory, a household-based convoy (HbC) was proposed as a support system comprised of four kinds of networks: household types, family,kinship, and friendship. To test the feasibility of the support network concept,data from the 2001 Taiwan Social Change Survey were used to derive a latent structure with four latent classes. These classes consisted of the “prefamily convoy,” “pro-social convoy,” “mature convoy,” and the “extended convoy.” Their network characteristics revealed that the four latent classes corresponded to stages in the family life course. Moreover, these convoy subtypes had differential intergenerational support functions. Respondents from the pre-family and the pro-social convoys were found to provide fewer types of support to their parents but received more types of support from them. The findings also indicate that the household-based convoy is a rolerelated support network
    Relation: RESEARCH ON AGING,32(5):645–676.
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