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Families

The modern family is no longer defined as two biological parents and 2.5 children, and the traditional “parents caring for children-then children caring for parents” model for achieving success and well-being throughout life is no longer
self-evident nor, often, even logistically possible [103]. Faced with the retreat of the welfare state and market developments, however, success and security are increasingly a family responsibility. Key questions related to the family
domain are:

  • How should care arrangements be reshaped in order to enhance the sustainability of family solidarity in the face of the retreat of the welfare state?
  • What kind of support networks, multiple identities and responsibility values are needed to create sustainable positive spillover between care and work?
  • How can vicious cycles of decentralization of care arrangements be avoided and instead replaced with sustainable self-governing caring communities?

Families

The modern family is no longer defined as two biological parents Read More

Communities

Further, globalization and mass migration may provide enrichment through diversity or Read More

Organizations

These changing realities also impact on organizations. The outdated business Read More
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