Main ideas: motherhood, fatherhood, development tasks, early adults, change and asynchrony between three generations, transcultural and transgenaration transmission.
This review is from the research about the influence of culture changes onto perception of age- appropiatness behaviour among young Polish and their families. This is a performance pattern of timing of doing development tasks in each generation.
The aim of this article is to indicate changes between three generations (young adults, their parents and grandparents) in perception pattern of timing of doing development tasks (Havighurst). The results show great conformity between three generations in perception orders, age, importance and frequency each of this events. In this research we can see specific difference in perception between all generations and specific asynchrony common in the all groups which consists in including events into this development period such as the choice of the job or getting emotional and economical independence of parents and exclusion the birth of another child in the period. We can see changes in aims and values in each group and factors of them such as close to each other, material and family status, origin (a city or a country).
In general, this research asks the question about the influence of cultural changes onto perception of age- appropiatness behaviour among young Polish and their families. Especially because changes in this country and in the world are going on.