The most common support system for Mexican citizens is informal support given by their family members “due to the lack of institutional resources, families have developed complex networks of informal support: economic transfers such as national and international remittances, donations and gifts between relatives and friends, physical and emotional support or exchanges in services” ( Gomez, 2007, 552). Younger and older generations are codependent in various ways. Depending on different variables such as economic status, health status, etc. members tend to care af...
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