Saturday, November 23 / 1:45 PM - 3:15 PM

Session 201
Living Arrangements and Family Connections

Chair: Margo Anderson, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Discussant: Margo Anderson, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

1. “One Size Does Not Fit All”: Spatial Nonstationarity in the Determinants of Elderly Residential Isolation across the Combined NAPP and Mosaic DataMikolaj Szoltysek, University of Warsaw; Bartosz Ogórek, Pedagogical University of Cracow.

2. The ‘Real’ Land of Opportunity? Kinship and Multigenerational Persistence of Class in Finland from the 18th to the Early 20th CenturyAntti Haekkinen, University of Helsinki; Petri Roikonen, University of Helsinki.

3. Using Crowd Sourced Family Trees to Understand Changes in Family Connectedness in the 19th Century United StatesAlice B. Kasakoff, University of South Carolina; Caglar Koylu, University of Iowa; Yuan Huang, University of South Carolina; Diansheng Guo, University of South Carolina.

4. Living Alone in the USA. A Long-Term Perspective (1850-2015)David Sven Reher, Universidad Complutense de Madrid; Miguel Requena, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED).

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