2 edition of The well-being of the elderly in Asia found in the catalog.
The well-being of the elderly in Asia
Includes bibliographical references (p. 592-598) and index
|Statement||Albert I. Hermalin, editor|
|Contributions||Hermalin, Albert I|
|LC Classifications||HQ1064.A78 W45 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 615 p. :|
|Number of Pages||615|
|LC Control Number||2003040229|
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The Well-Being of the Elderly in Asia Book Description: The past two decades have witnessed rapid social, economic, and demographic change in East and South-East Asia. The contributors to this volume use survey and other data collected over ten years to examine the well-being of the current older population in four Asian countries: The Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand.
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The well-being of the elderly in Asia: a four-country comparative View full catalog record. Rights: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial. In the broadest sense, The Well-Being of the Elderly in Asia is a study of social change and of anticipating future social change. It examines the effects on the current and future elderly of the rapid demographic transition that has occurred over much of Asia, accompanied in many countries by equally dramatic social and economic transformations.
The Well‐Being of the Elderly in Asia: A Four‐Country Comparative by Albert I. Arbor: University of Michigan Press, Pp. xxvi+ $ Psychological well-being is an important aspect of life quality for older adults.
Asian elders may have a distinctly different perspective from Westerners concerning the meaning of psychological well-being.
Countries in East Asia have the largest aging population in the world. The consequences of aging largely depend on whether it is accompanied by a healthy, active, and high-quality life.
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