This paper presents the results of the third of four consecutive years of research (2011-2014). Aiming to help actualize the “loose but intimate family”, one of the scenarios for the family of 2030, the goal is to review the fit between this scenario and core areas such as care provision, income security, family, and family-related laws and then suggest future directions and a policy agenda for South Korea’s women and family policy.
The loose but intimate family type considered in this research is a description of a high degree of intimacy among family members with the burden of family obligations reduced. Under this definition, three axes (intimacy between spouses/partners, between minor children and parents, and between grown children and aged parents) were established based on the analysis framework used by Millar and Warman (1996) in Family Obligations in Europe. (The rest id omitted)
가족의 미래와 여성, 가족정책전망(III)(The future of the family and projections for policies regarding women and families in South Korea(Ⅲ))
|Series Title; No||2013 연구보고서 / 16|
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Social Development < Gender|
|Holding||KWDI; KDI School|