intergeneration

intergeneration

(ˌɪntəˌdʒɛnəˈreɪʃən)
adj
involving or occurring between people of different generations
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Lim explained that intergeneration equity means present and future generations should continue to benefit from whatever natural wealth there are to exploit, which goes beyond the current benchmark of gunning for social equity here and now.
Therefore, governments should implement family-oriented policies that lead to self-sufficient and resilient families, healthy and educated children, gender equality and stronger intergeneration bond.
Intergeneration social support affects the subjective well-being of the elderly: Mediator roles of self-esteem and loneliness.
Several culturally rooted and psychological traits are particularly important to the intergeneration study of poverty, including the rejection of middleclass values and aspirations, condoning violent behavior, dismissing the importance of education, and not cherishing the nuclear family.
2 percent of BMI was constantly transmitted through intergeneration.
All this has had powerful effects on consumption, saving and investment choices and even more on intergeneration problems.
Another program, the Generations Development Center in San Francisco, specifically aims to foster a multicultural and bilingual atmosphere while encouraging positive attitudes toward aging through their intergeneration setting.
Hope is an important political and subjective register that can not only enable people to think beyond the neoliberal austerity machine--the chronic and intergeneration injustices deeply structured into all levels of society--but also to advance forms of egalitarian community that celebrate the voice, well-being, inherent dignity, and participation of each person as an integral thread in the ever-evolving fabric of a living, radical democracy.
Contract awarded for Invitation to quote for digital media planning and buying services for youth corps singapores intergeneration month campaign
Being the university of a whole region, the University of Lorraine is a major actor of its economic and social development, building on intercultural and intergeneration links, coordinating a regional research policy, and giving access to higher education to as many inhabitants as possible.
Based on the deterministic inverse technique, interval analysis and the intergeneration projection genetic algorithm are employed as the uncertainty inverse procedure.