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Barbara A.Mitchell
Barbara A.Mitchell
Professor of Sociology & Gerontology, Simon Fraser University
Verified email at sfu.ca
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The boomerang age: Transitions to adulthood in families
BA Mitchell
Aldine Transaction Publishers, 2007
264*2007
The family environment and leaving the parental home
BA Mitchell, AV Wister, TK Burch
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 605-613, 1989
2081989
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
1522009
" Boomerang kids" and midlife parental marital satisfaction
BA Mitchell, EM Gee
Family Relations, 442-448, 1996
1051996
Too close for comfort? Parental assessments of" boomerang kid" living arrangements
BA Mitchell
Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie, 21-46, 1998
931998
Family structure and leaving the nest: A social resource perspective
BA Mitchell
Sociological perspectives 37 (4), 651-671, 1994
841994
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
832004
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
792010
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
772000
Life course theory
BA Mitchell
The international encyclopedia of marriage and family relationships, 1051-1055, 2003
712003
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
692006
Family Matters: An Introduction to Family Sociology in Canada
BA Mitchell
68*2008
Changing courses: The pendulum of family transitions in comparative perspective
BA Mitchell
Journal of comparative family studies 37 (3), 325-343, 2006
592006
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
501995
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
462016
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
442015
Home leaving trajectories in Canada: Exploring cultural and gendered dimensions
EM Gee, BA Mitchell, AV Wister
Canadian Studies in Population [ARCHIVES], 245-270, 2003
422003
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
402009
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
402000
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
401998
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