By Dr. Vern L. Bengtson PhD, Kyong-Dong Kim PhD, George Myers PhD, Ki-Soo Eun PhD
Widely known specialists current the 1st comparative research of contemporary advancements between six jap and Western international locations pertaining to inhabitants getting older and its effects. Chapters specialize in demographic developments, sociocultural contexts, and coverage implications. countries chosen as case experiences contain: the People's Republic of China, the Republic of Korea, Japan, Germany, the uk, and the us. The editors and participants name recognition to the various trajectories and results of inhabitants getting older in culturally assorted societies which are usually at diverse phases or on assorted paths of financial improvement. Such analyses carry into sharper concentration these stipulations which are special, or comparable, and emphasize the ways that cultural stereotypes of getting older and the aged complicate our figuring out of the results of world-wide inhabitants getting older.
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51), reporting the fruits of researches relating not just to Britain but to north and west industrial Europe in general; and it would seem to be positive, predictable contact, rather than mere co-residence per se, that is the vital consideration. In most cases, the mere fact of urban residence tends also to mean residential proximity sufficient to render frequent contact Aging in Industrial Societies 29 practicable, unlike as may be the case with first generation movers to the town and especially with migrants to Europe's towns from outside Europe.
CHAPTER 2 Aging in Industrial Societies, East and West: A Western Comparative Perspective Catherine Jones Finer he theme of "families, states and the elderly" covers key areas of difference between East and West with regard to care of the elderly person. Yet mutual misconceptions abound. One object of this chapter will be to expose some of these for what they are in the hope that a greater understanding and thence a more productive exchange of ideas may result. The history of modern Western social policy has been very much about provision for the elderly population—that is, for the condition and attendant risks of being old and possibly alone in a wage labor economy.
Aging in East and West: Families, States, and the Elderly by Dr. Vern L. Bengtson PhD, Kyong-Dong Kim PhD, George Myers PhD, Ki-Soo Eun PhD