Werkgerelateerde persoonlijke relaties na pensionering

M.R. Cozijnsen, N.L. Stevens, T.G. van Tilburg

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Abstract

Boekaflevering Mens en Maatschappij. Dit artikel is een uitbreiding van een artikel dat in 2010 verscheen in Personal Relationships, 17, 345-356.
Work-related personal ties following retirement. The current study examines consequences of retirement for the continuation of work-related relationships. The hypothesis is that their inclusion in personal networks after retirement has become more likely since these relationships have become less role-based in today’s social-cultural context. Data are from the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam. Members of two cohorts born 1928-1937 (N = 109) and 1938-1947 (N = 131) were interviewed in 1992 and 2002, respectively, with a follow-up three and six years later. Among retirees the likelihood of having work-related relationships in their personal network after retirement increased by 19% in ten years. This suggests that retirement has become less disruptive. Retirees seem more inclined to form intrinsically rewarding work-related relationships that continue to be important following retirement.
Original languageDutch
Title of host publicationWegen rond pensionering: Nieuwe transities en trajecten
EditorsK. Henkens, M. Kalmijn, G.C.F. Thomése
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherAmsterdam University Press
Pages85-106
ISBN (Print)9789089646422
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Bibliographical note

Boekaflevering Mens en Maatschappij. Dit artikel is een uitbreiding van een artikel dat in 2010 verscheen in Personal Relationships, 17, 345-356.

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Cozijnsen, M. R., Stevens, N. L., & van Tilburg, T. G. (2013). Werkgerelateerde persoonlijke relaties na pensionering. In K. Henkens, M. Kalmijn, & G. C. F. Thomése (Eds.), Wegen rond pensionering: Nieuwe transities en trajecten (pp. 85-106). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Cozijnsen, M.R. ; Stevens, N.L. ; van Tilburg, T.G. / Werkgerelateerde persoonlijke relaties na pensionering. Wegen rond pensionering: Nieuwe transities en trajecten. editor / K. Henkens ; M. Kalmijn ; G.C.F. Thomése. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2013. pp. 85-106
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Cozijnsen, MR, Stevens, NL & van Tilburg, TG 2013, Werkgerelateerde persoonlijke relaties na pensionering. in K Henkens, M Kalmijn & GCF Thomése (eds), Wegen rond pensionering: Nieuwe transities en trajecten. Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, pp. 85-106.

Werkgerelateerde persoonlijke relaties na pensionering. / Cozijnsen, M.R.; Stevens, N.L.; van Tilburg, T.G.

Wegen rond pensionering: Nieuwe transities en trajecten. ed. / K. Henkens; M. Kalmijn; G.C.F. Thomése. Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2013. p. 85-106.

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Cozijnsen MR, Stevens NL, van Tilburg TG. Werkgerelateerde persoonlijke relaties na pensionering. In Henkens K, Kalmijn M, Thomése GCF, editors, Wegen rond pensionering: Nieuwe transities en trajecten. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 2013. p. 85-106