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Cambios en las Relaciones y Satisfacciones Intergeneracionales Asociados al Uso de las TICs
Figuer Ramírez,Cristina; Malo Cerrato,Sara; Bertran Camats,Irma;
Intervención Psicosocial , 2010,
Abstract: this article presents data from two samples of catalan adolescents from 12 to 16 years and their parents in 2003 and 2008. the main aim is to explore the changing relationships between parents and their children and the impact that the use of ict has on these changes. the results show that over the time there is a greater involvement of parents in communicating with their children about this issue, which involves no greater satisfaction of adolescents with such communication, possibly by the perception of lack of control that his/her father or mother has.
Memory transition between communicating agents
Elena FELL
Essachess : Journal for Communication Studies , 2012,
Abstract: What happens to a memory when it has been externalised and embodied but has not reached its addressee yet? A letter that has been written but has not been read, a monument before it is unveiled or a Neolithic tool buried in the ground – all these objects harbour human memories engrained in their physicality; messages intended for those who will read the letter, admire the monument and hold the tool. According to Ilyenkov’s theory of objective idealism, the conscious and wilful input encoded in all manmade objects as the ‘ideal’ has an objective existence, independent from the author, but this existence lasts only while memories are shared between communicating parties. If all human minds were absent from the world for a period of time, the ‘ideal’, or memories, would cease to exist. They would spring back to existence, however, once humans re-entered the world. Ilyenkov’s analysis of memories existing outside an individual human consciousness is informative and thorough but, following his line of thought, we would have to accept an ontological gap in the process of memory acquisition, storage and transmission. If there is a period, following memory acquisition and preceding its transmission, when memories plainly do not exist, then each time a new reader, spectator or user perceives them, he or she must create the author’s memories ex nihilo. Bergson’s theory of duration and intuition can help us to resolve this paradox.This paper will explore the ontological characteristics of memory passage in communication taken at different stages of the process. There will be an indication of how the findings of this investigation could be applicable to concrete cases of memory transmission. In particular, this concerns intergenerational communication, technological memory, the use of digital devices and the Internet.
Ecoturismo e Comunicazione Intergenerazionale Interculturale
Antonietta Albanese,Elena Bocci
Altre Modernità , 2012,
Abstract: Since the first research carried out by the Generational Encounters Laboratory of the University of Milan (1998) on I. T. languages and intergenerational communication and having as primary aim the one shown by the research projects carried out during the academic years 1998-1999: “socializing the generations by socializing the institutions” (Albanese, 1999, 2000); during 2002-2010 in Viterbo experimental research of intergenerational tourism and environmental education took place. The central Italy experiences/researches are characterized by: the choice of a particular type of tourism: thermal tourism; the presence, during the years 2003-2007, of teenagers with different nationalities; the cross cultural meeting has been implemented so together with the intergenerational one. In the following article, we will display some of the main results obtained thanks to the experimental/researches, particularly with reference to the communication data, collected in the inter-generational and cross-cultural communication area.
Remarried Families: Under the View of Grandparents  [PDF]
Emily Schuler, Cristina Maria de Souza Brito Dias
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2015.611131
Abstract: The remarried family comes from a previous separation, by one or both partners, creating a new union that leads to the needs of adaption and shaping of new relationships among its members. Being it a time of transition, most often, grandparents are present, providing emotional and instrumental support to their children and grandchildren. This study therefore aimed to understand how the grandparents perceive and experience the remarriage of their children. The participants were nine grandmothers and one grandfather, aged between 48 and 83 years. They answered a semi-structured interview that was analyzed according to Thematic Content Analysis. The results showed a large involvement of grandparents in the remarriages of children, contributing to the adjustment of grandchildren to this new family. Acceptance and support for the choice of the children proved to be essential to achieve a sense of family among all those involved in this system.
Research on the Effects of Intergenerational and Peer-to-Peer Knowledge Transfer on Younger Employees’ Innovative Behavior

WANG Changyu
,ZUO Meiyun

- , 2018,
Abstract: 摘要 以202名年轻员工为对象收集数据,对不同类型知识转移与年轻员工创新行为的不同关系进行研究。对这些数据的Smart PLS分析结果表明,线下、线上代际知识转移和线上同辈知识转移对年轻员工创新行为具有显著正向影响,但线下同辈知识转移对其没有显著影响;相对于同辈知识转移,无论是线下还是线上,代际知识转移对年轻员工创新行为的正向影响都更强;相对于线下知识转移,无论是代际还是同辈,线上知识转移对年轻员工创新行为的正向影响都更强
Altruism and Exchange in Intergenerational Transfers: The Demand for Children Emergency Room  [PDF]
Ignacio Ortu?o-Ortin, Andrés Romeu
Modern Economy (ME) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/me.2013.41001

In this paper, we analyze the role of income as a determinant of parents’ care for children. We show that the answer depends on whether Altruism or Exchange motives are the factors that explain intergenerational transfers. We then develop a test to discriminate between these alternatives. Unlike previous approaches, this test focuses on measures of parents’ efforts on child care that are essentially non-monetary. Using data from the United States, we find a negative relationship between family income and the frequency of children’s emergency room utilization which cannot be explained by several alternative controlling factors. In our framework, this is interpreted as evidence against the null of prominently altruistic behavior.

Constructing and Evaluating an Intergenerational Academic Service-Learning Curriculum in Gerontology  [PDF]
Hsing-Yuan Liu, Chia-Chen Chang, Shu-Yuan Chao
Creative Education (CE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2015.68078
Abstract: Intergenerational Service-Learning has been documented to enhance student learning. Research indicates that students in healthcare professions view working with the geriatric population as a low priority due to negative stereotypes of the elderly. The purpose of this study was to develop a teaching model for establishing partnerships between academic programs and community services for students of gerontology and to evaluate the effect of an Intergeneration Service-Learning curriculum. This research adopted a qualitative approach to study the learning experiences of nursing students during an interdisciplinary community-based healthcare course. Data were collected by participant observation, students’ written journal reflections, verbal presentation of their reflections, instructors’ observations, and focus group discussion. It introduced the rationale, development process, content, and evaluation of the teaching model designed by the researcher. The effects of this curriculum not only were reported as a bridge across generations connecting youth and elders but also fostering positive attitude, improving the ability to care and enhancing commitment to elder people. This article provided an overview of Intergenerational Service-Learning teaching model that involved students in learning outside the traditional classroom and provided a needed service in the community. Otherwise, an important element of this teaching model was to infuse “reflection” in learning process of the nursing students by faulty, which would be appropriate for improving the quality of education and the findings of this study provided direction for the course design for gerontology.
Nací mujer, la vida de Mame: una puesta en escena sobre la inclusión intergeneracional
Lasheras Amat,M. del Pilar; Muriel Fernández,Rafael; Llamas Martínez,M. Victoria; Hallaga Messari,Asmaa; Bitoden Yaka,Albert; Awa Ndour,Mame; Dieng,Ousseynou; Márquez Bernal,Victoriano; Garrido Sevillano,Manuel;
Gaceta Sanitaria , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0213-91112010000300016
Abstract: i was born a woman, the life of mame is the dramatization a fictitious intergenerational story. however, the story is based on true events and the feelings of real immigrant women. the dramatization narrates the life of a woman, from the time her parents-who had recently emigrated from senegal-settled in andalusia, up to the adolescence of mame's own daughter. the story is told with one person on stage who, through the use of three costume changes, plays three different generations of women: mother, daughter and granddaughter, with the video-recorded testimonies of other characters (a teacher and a midwife), who express their views of the host society against a background of african music and pictures of their native country. the present article describes their goals, such as communication in conferences, and includes a concise summary of the script, reflections on the process of integrating, and the evaluation made after a performance.
Velhice e a rela??o com idosos: o olhar de adolescentes do ensino fundamental
Gvozd, Raquel;Dellaroza, Mara Solange Gomes;
Revista Brasileira de Geriatria e Gerontologia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1809-98232012000200012
Abstract: objective: analyze the viewpoint of 6th grade students in a public school in northern paraná state about aging. methods: a sectional study was conducted, individual, observational, transverse; data was collected through self-administered questionnaires at school. results: 87% of the teenagers reported having already lived with elderly people (70,7%); 88,5% considered it positive and 11,5% evaluated in a different way, none of the participants considered as negative the quality of living with elderly people. many young people have positive perceptions about aging and that negative perceptions exist, but these are less frequently. the notice about aging was analyzed carrying out the association with those variables: sex, scholarship of the head of the family and the living with elderly people. gender and coping with elderly may be associated with some viewpoits, not being possible, however, to provide positive or negative trends. conclusion: we hope this study can help the educator make an approach on aging based on concepts, perceptions and experiences in the universe of adolescent and young people, building or strengthening positive conceptions about aging.
Resgatando e atualizando os sentidos da autoridade: um percurso histórico
Torres, Maria Carmen Euler;Castro, Lucia Rabello de;
Paidéia (Ribeir?o Preto) , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-863X2009000100011
Abstract: study based on the evidence that children and adults lack references on how they deal with each other, which has being showed by the young generation through confronting attitudes toward adults. when the historical route of authority is considered, one perceives it is not tied to one meaning only but takes different contours. this article aims to discuss the relations between authority and hierarchy, authority and power, and authority and foundation, which help to understand that what used to be showed as "the truth" does not give account of the imperfections of current human relationships, appointing other possible constructions of the authority sense.
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