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Exploring intergenerational, intra-generational and transnational patterns of family caring in minority ethnic communities: the example of England and Wales

Christina R. Victor, Christine Dobbs, Kenneth Gilhooly, Vanessa Burholt Orcid Logo

International Journal of Care and Caring, Volume: 3, Issue: 1, Pages: 75 - 96

Swansea University Author: Vanessa Burholt Orcid Logo

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We investigated family caring using established questions from national surveys of 1,206 adults aged 40+ from six minority ethnic communities in England and Wales. We included in our analysis factors that predisposed caring (age, sex, marital status and household composition) and enabled caring (hea...

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ISSN: 2397-8821
Published: Bristol University Press 2019
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title Exploring intergenerational, intra-generational and transnational patterns of family caring in minority ethnic communities: the example of England and Wales
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Vanessa Burholt
title_short Exploring intergenerational, intra-generational and transnational patterns of family caring in minority ethnic communities: the example of England and Wales
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description We investigated family caring using established questions from national surveys of 1,206 adults aged 40+ from six minority ethnic communities in England and Wales. We included in our analysis factors that predisposed caring (age, sex, marital status and household composition) and enabled caring (health, material resources, education, employment and cultural values). In the general population, 15% of adults are family carers. Three groups reported lower levels of caring (Black African [12%], Chinese [11%] and Black Caribbean [9%]) and three reported higher levels of caring (Indian [23%], Pakistani [17%] and Bangladeshi [18%]). However, ethnicity predicted caring independent of other factors only for the Indian group.
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