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Family is in many cases the most important "shock absorber" for those affected by the recession, according to findings from a new research study.

21st April, 2012

Family lifts recessionary blues

Family is in many cases the most important "shock absorber" for those affected by the recession, according to findings from a new research study entitled Changing Generations.

The study, conducted in Trinity College and NUI Galway, will be discussed at an event in NUIG on Tuesday. The research gives insights into practices such as the giving of 'quick loans' to family members, and new living arrangements such as three-generational households and...

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