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Socio-Economic Status and Living Arrangements of Older Persons in Switzerland (Economic Studies (New York))

Myriam Bongard

Socio-Economic Status and Living Arrangements of Older Persons in Switzerland (Economic Studies (New York))

by Myriam Bongard

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Published by United Nations Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elderly,
  • Switzerland,
  • Gerontology,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12894275M
    ISBN 109211167442
    ISBN 109789211167443

    Becker () similarly draws on a conceptual framework that encompasses place and space to show how even complex, problematic and difficult living arrangements for older immigrants are sources of intergenerational support and long-term, intimate friendships, and that the meanings of place for these older people include social relationships Cited by: Interactions Between Socioeconomic Status and Living Arrangements in Predicting Gender-Specific Health Status Among the Elderly in Cameroon – Survey Measures of Health: How well do Self-Reported and Observed Indicators Measure Health and Predict Mortality? –

    older persons, working, 67 part-time and temporary, 14 living arrangements of elderly persons, pensions, (passim) Socio-Economic Panel (SEP), , , Socioeconomic status, 2, , 6, 15, 17, 26, 30, , see also Income;. DESCRIPTION: Restructuring is a widely used concept which denotes rapid and often far-reaching, socio-economic transformation processes in communities, localities, regions and nations. This book.

    Poverty: Inclusion criteria for studies relating to poverty included confirmation of the participant's socio-economic status, including income, employment status, current living arrangements, or area index of multiple deprivation score. Furthermore, risk factors were required to fall under the broad umbrella of psychosocial risk : Steve Sharman, Kevin Butler, Amanda Roberts.   In a recent review of existing literature on aging in Ghana, it was observed that the study of aging in the country has so far focused on (a) demographic profiles and patterns of aging, (b) health status of the elderly, (c) elderly care and support systems, (d) roles and responsibility of the aged, (e) social representation of the elderly, and Cited by: 5.


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Socio-Economic Status and Living Arrangements of Older Persons in Switzerland (Economic Studies (New York)) by Myriam Bongard Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Socio-economic status and living arrangements of older persons in Switzerland. [Myriam Bongard; Claudine Sauvain-Dugerdil; United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe.] -- In Switzerland, as in most western countries, population aging is an unavoidable reality that will have effects for at least the next fifty years.

Older person’s types of living arrangements and the familial support given and received will furthermore be affected by country-based differences in socio-structural opportunities. The. older persons in Belgium between one particular measure of socio-economic status – preferential status in public health care insurance – and first use of home long-term care and residential care.

Based on the Getis-Ord Gi*, this study finds that the uneven spatial distribution of socio-economic status results in health inequalities for older people at the national level. The geographic distribution of life expectancy was correlated with a number of important demographic, socio-economic, and Author: Mengqi Yang, Mark W.

Rosenberg, Jie Li, Jie Li. To measure socio-economic status (SES) of the household in which the older persons is living, we use a household asset score derived from 34 variables collected in the census (including type and size of dwelling, access to water and electricity, appliances and livestock owned, and transport available) as our measure of socio-economic Cited by: 9.

Housing and Living Arrangements 41 Martin Kohli, Harald Künemund, and Tanja Zähle The Number of Living Children 48 Maite Martínez-Granado and Pedro Mira Appendix Tables 53 3 Health and Health Care 81 Editor Johan Mackenbach Physical Health   Kuate-Defo, B.

Interactions between socio-economic status and living arrangements in predicting gender-specific health status among the elderly in Cameroon.

In B. Cohen & J. Menken (Eds.), Ageing in Sub-Saharan Africa: Recommendations for furthering research. Washington DC: The National Academies Press. Google ScholarCited by: 5. Gierveld J., deValk H., Blommesteijn M. (): Living Arrangements of Older Persons and Family Support in More Developed Countries.

in: United Nations Technical meeting on Population Ageing and Living Arrangements of Older Persons: critical issues and Policy Responses, New York, Population Division, United Nations: 45 by: 1. Author(s): Legare,J; Martel,L; Stone,L O; Denis,H Title(s): Living arrangements of older persons in Canada: effects on their socio-economic conditions/ J.

Legare. LIVING ARRANGEMENTS OF OLDER PERSONS AND FAMILY SUPPORT IN LESS DEVELOPED COUNTRIES 1 Jay Sokolovsky ∗ Now here is a story to show you how things have changed and what the young think of the old these days. After they married, year-old Slobodan and his wife moved into the small house of his parents near the centre of.

Use of time (in hours) by people aged 65 and older, living as a couple, with no children. Report on the status of the rights of older persons 1. CURRENT STATUS OF THE SOCIAL SITUATION, WELLBEING, PARTICIPATION IN DEVELOPMENT AND RIGHTS OF OLDER PERSONS WORLDWIDE United Nations SocialAffairs E c o n o m i c & Marital status affects the socio-economic situation, living arrangements, and overall health and well-being of older.

Foreword The ILO was created in at the end of the First World War to promote peaceful progress, social justice and economic stability. As stated in the Preamble of the ILO Co. Poverty and socio-economic deprivation are significant risk factors for blindness from glaucoma (3–5).

In a recent study of glaucoma patients in north-eastern Nigeria, 76% were already blind when they presented to the hospital with older age, poor knowledge of glaucoma, rural residence and living more than 10 km from the hospital being Cited by: 3.

The official poverty rate in was percent, down percentage points from percent in This is the second consecutive annual decline in poverty. Sincethe poverty rate has fallen percentage points from percent to percent.

In there were million people in poverty, million fewer than in and. In this context, this study aims to understand the linkages of the living arrangements of the elderly with their work status, morbidity, and treatment-seeking behavior in four states in South India. This study was based on cross-sectional secondary data from the 60th round of National Sample Survey (NSS) on “Morbidity, Health Care and the Author: Arpita Paul, Raj Kumar Verma.

The results of multinomial logit analysis of current living arrangements show a positive effect of the head's eldest-son status on coresidence with his mother and a positive effect of the wife's eldest-daughter status (in the absence of brothers) on coresidence with her mother, which supports the Heir Priority reversed effect.

Appendix VI Ratification Status of the ICESCR and Optional Protocol Appendix VII Economic and Social Council Resolution /17 (28 May ): Review of the composition, organization and administrative arrangements of the Sessional Working Group of Governmental Experts.

The Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat is a vital interface between global policies in the economic, social and environmental spheres and national action. Shared living, whether through public realm, workspace or housing, has long been of interest to our practice.

The original impetus for this work was a concern with why, as a society, we have. (National Policy for Older Persons ; Hagen ) In a study on living arrangements and health at older ages in rural Malawi, Kendall et al, found low average mental health ( – out of ) and physical health ( – out of ) scores among men and women aged 45 years and above.

(Kendall and Anglewicz ) Prevalence of. The total sample consist of HIV +ve patient belonging to high socio economic status and low socio economic status from Gulbarga, Bidar, Raichur and Belgum District.

The age level ranging from were selected randomly. The sample design is given below: Sample design Sex High socio economic status Low socio economic status Total.Cameroonian women living with disabilities face three-fold discrimination as a result of their sex, perceived inability and low socio-economic status.

A needs assessment using focus groups (two focus groups, n = 24) and key participant interviews (n = 12) was conducted to explore the experiences of women with disabilities in the North West.