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Henkin et al

Title: Intergenerational Programming: A Vehicle for Promoting Intra- and Cross-Cultural Understanding

Author (s):  Nancy Henkin, Nancy Santiago, Michael Sonkowsky, Steven Tunick

Abstract:  Intergenerational programs are discussed as a means to promote the transmission of cultural heritage. Topics include intergenerational relations in ethnic communities, cross-age programs, and considerations for developing culturally appropriate intergenerational programs.

Category: Arts/Oral History/Culture

Keywords:  intergenerational, oral history, civic engagement, cross-cultural programs, cross-age interaction, intercultural

Reference: Henkin, N. Z., Santiago, N., Sonkowsky, M., Tunick, S. (1997). Intergenerational Programming: A Vehicle for Promoting Intra- and Cross-Cultural Understanding. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 28(3): 197-209.

Peer-reviewed journal: yes

Link to Full Texthttp://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1300/J083v28n03_05#preview


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