Barbara A.Mitchell
Barbara A.Mitchell
Professor of Sociology & Gerontology, Simon Fraser University
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The boomerang age: Transitions to adulthood in families
BA Mitchell
Aldine Transaction Publishers, 2007
The family environment and leaving the parental home
BA Mitchell, AV Wister, TK Burch
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 605-613, 1989
The empty nest syndrome in midlife families: A multimethod exploration of parental gender differences and cultural dynamics
BA Mitchell, LD Lovegreen
Journal of family issues 30 (12), 1651-1670, 2009
" Boomerang kids" and midlife parental marital satisfaction
BA Mitchell, EM Gee
Family Relations, 442-448, 1996
Too close for comfort? Parental assessments of" boomerang kid" living arrangements
BA Mitchell
Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie, 21-46, 1998
Family structure and leaving the nest: A social resource perspective
BA Mitchell
Sociological perspectives 37 (4), 651-671, 1994
The ethnic and family nexus of homeleaving and returning among Canadian young adults
BA Mitchell, AV Wister, EMT Gee
The Canadian Journal of Sociology 29 (4), 543-575, 2004
Social determinants of health for older women in Canada: Does rural–urban residency matter?
D Wanless, BA Mitchell, AV Wister
Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement 29 (2), 233-247, 2010
Unanticipated consequences: A comparison of expected and actual retirement timing among older women
L Zimmerman, B Mitchell, A Wister, G Gutman
Journal of Women & Aging 12 (1-2), 109-128, 2000
Life course theory
BA Mitchell
The international encyclopedia of marriage and family relationships, 1051-1055, 2003
The boomerang age from childhood to adulthood: Emergent trends and issues for aging families
BA Mitchell
Canadian Studies in Population [ARCHIVES] 33 (2), 155-178, 2006
Family Matters: An Introduction to Family Sociology in Canada
BA Mitchell
Changing courses: The pendulum of family transitions in comparative perspective
BA Mitchell
Journal of comparative family studies 37 (3), 325-343, 2006
Returning to the parental ‘nest’: Exploring a changing Canadian life course
EM Gee, BA Mitchell, AV Wister
Canadian Studies in Population 22 (2), 121-144, 1995
Multimorbidity, health and aging in Canada and Australia: a tale of two countries
A Wister, H Kendig, B Mitchell, I Fyffe, V Loh
BMC geriatrics 16 (1), 1-13, 2016
Midlife challenge or welcome departure? Cultural and family-related expectations of empty nest transitions
BA Mitchell, AV Wister
The International Journal of Aging and Human Development 81 (4), 260-280, 2015
Home leaving trajectories in Canada: Exploring cultural and gendered dimensions
EM Gee, BA Mitchell, AV Wister
Canadian Studies in Population [ARCHIVES], 245-270, 2003
Dialectics and Transactional ll/Iode/s: Conceptualizing Antecedents, Processes, and Consequences of Change in Parent-Child Relationships1
L Kuczynski, B Mitchell
Pathways of human development: Explorations of change, 151, 2009
Culture and Co‐residence: An Exploration of Variation in Home‐Returning among Canadian Young Adults
BA Mitchell, AV Wister, EM Gee
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 37 (2), 197-222, 2000
Intergenerational exchanges and perceptions of support within “boomerang kid” family environments
JE Veevers, BA Mitchell
The International Journal of Aging and Human Development 46 (2), 91-108, 1998
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