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intergenerational

(ĭn′tər-jĕn′ə-rā′shə-nəl)
adj.
Being or occurring between generations.

intergenerational

(int″ĕr-jen″ĕ-rā′shŏ-năl)
Pert. to individuals of different generations, e.g., parents and children, or of different cohorts.
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The effect of environmental education on children, their parents and community members: A study of intergenerational and intercommunity learning.
Angus Hanton, co-founder of the Intergenerational Foundation who released the index, said: "Our research demonstrates that where you live has a direct impact on your prospects as a young person compared to older generations.
In addition to the acculturation gap, intergenerational conflict was also associated with variables such as depression, gender, familial relationship, and cultural factors such as identity, and ethnicity orientation to the native/mainstream culture (Choi, He, & Harachi, 2008; Chung, 2001; Desai, 2006; Kim, 2002).
based Generations United proudly announced today that the Gary and Mary West Foundation of Solana Beach, CA is the recipient of the Generations United Leadership Award for Outstanding Support of Intergenerational Programs.
Councillor Rhianon Passmore cabinet member for education and lifelong learning said: "I am thrilled that yet another Intergenerational Club has been set up within Caerphilly County Borough.
The school are now aiming to continue their intergenerational links with the local community and will be looking to build on this in the new year.
the achievements made by people belonging to various walks of life through a scrutiny of Intergenerational mobility.
Generations United recognizes each year the best intergenerational communities.
Pictured, from left, at an Intergenerational Day are Rob Walker, 21, Tom Hill, 18, Jon Jon Quinn
Intergenerational transmission has been shown in trauma; antisocial behavior; violence; religion; politics; substance abuse (J.
GIMAC also recognises the importance of raising a generation of young people who are gender sensitive and therefore favours an intergenerational mix approach.
Families hold societies together, and intergenerational relationships extend this legacy over time.