Intergenerational Relationships of Second Generation Immigrants

Abstract

This talk by Beate Schwarz and Pirmin Pfammatter addressed the intergenerational relations of adult second-generation immigrants. Switzerland has a long, thought partially ambivalent relationship with their immigrant groups. This talk adresses the role of orientation toward the heritage and the host culture in subjective well-being and the role of experienced conflicts in the relationship toward parents in the explanation of support, that adult immigrants give to their parents

Date
Oct 6, 2020
Location
Institute for Sociology, University of Zurich
Andreasstrasse 15, Zurich, ZH 8050
Pirmin Pfammatter
Pirmin Pfammatter
Psychologist, PhD Student

My research focus on family relations in minority families.