Ouderenzorg binnen de huishouding in Limbricht en Scheemda, 1920-1940

Translated title of the contribution: Care for the elderly in households and families living in Limbricht and Scheemda, 1920-1940

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Abstract

How did family and kin take care of their elderly in the communities of Limbricht (South of the Netherlands with extensive household structures) and Scheemda (North of the Netherlands with more nuclear families) in the decades between both world wars.
Original languageDutch
Title of host publicationVan particuliere naar openbare zorg en terug?
EditorsW.P. Blockmans, L.A. van der Valk
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherNederlandsch Economisch Historisch Archief
Pages161-176
ISBN (Print)90 71617 33 2
Publication statusPublished - 1992

Publication series

NameNEHA-series III
PublisherNEHA
Volume15

Keywords

  • collectivity
  • elderly people
  • family care
  • family and household structures
  • welfare state
  • history

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    Bulder, E. (1992). Ouderenzorg binnen de huishouding in Limbricht en Scheemda, 1920-1940. In W. P. Blockmans, & L. A. van der Valk (Eds.), Van particuliere naar openbare zorg en terug? (pp. 161-176). [9] (NEHA-series III; Vol. 15). Nederlandsch Economisch Historisch Archief.