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Does the Family Care Best? Ideals of Care in a Familialistic Care Regime – ERRATUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 May 2022

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Informal caregiving for older family members is increasingly recognized and encouraged by public policies. This is even more the case in familialistic countries such as Austria. This article aims to examine the role of the family in the care culture of a familialistic care regime through the experiences of care dyads combining upwards intergenerational family care and formal care services. The analysis is based on framework analysis of 48 face-to-face interviews, almost all conducted separately, with 24 care dyads of older care users (average age 86 years old with moderate to high care needs) and their main informal carers in Austria combining formal and informal care. A quarter of caregivers and care receivers were male. We identified four different ideals (family care, preferences, involvement, gendered care) which were distributed across different groups of Socio-Economic Status (SES) and described by women and men.

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Kadi, S., Rodrigues, R., Kahlert, R., Hofmann, S. and Bauer, G. (2022), Does the family care best? Ideals of care in a familialistic care regime. Journal of Social Policy, published by Cambridge University Press, 30 March 2022. doi: 10.1017/S0047279422000022.Google Scholar
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