庫存狀況
「香港二樓書店」讓您 愛上二樓●愛上書
我的購物車 加入會員 會員中心 常見問題 首頁
「香港二樓書店」邁向第一華人書店
登入 客戶評價 whatsapp 常見問題 加入會員 會員專區 現貨書籍 現貨書籍 購物流程 運費計算 我的購物車 聯絡我們 返回首頁
香港二樓書店 > 今日好書推介
二樓書籍分類
 
Elderly Chinese in Pacific Rim Countires: Social Support and Integration

Elderly

沒有庫存
訂購需時10-14天
9789622095328
Iris Chi, Neena L. Chappell and James Lubben 
香港大學出版社
2001年1月01日
382.00  元
HK$ 343.8
省下 $38.2
 
二樓書卷使用細則 二樓書卷使用細則








[ 尚未分類 ]









With longer life expectancy, most countries are now experiencing rapid ageing among their populations. Ethnic Chinese populations are no exception to these demographic transformations. During the twentieth century, there has been a wide dispersion of Chinese people throughout the world, as well as dramatic socio-political changes within China. These unique factors have strained traditional filial norms and necessitated a re-examination of intergenerational relationships and the roles of elderly Chinese people. This book investigates the varied adaptations of social support systems and social integration among ageing Chinese populations withina diverse set of countries in the Pacific Rim region. The book is a collection of scholarly papers addressing such topics as community care, family support, one-child families and social isolation. Each paper illustrates the importance of social supportnetworks and social integration to the quality of life for elderly Chinese persons living in dissimilar circumstances.

Iris Chi"s major academic achievement is in the field of ageing studies. She established the Centre on Ageing at the University of Hong Kong in 1998 and is its current director. Many international and local organizations have consulted her on issues relating to the family and elderly, and she has helped governments to develop evidence-based policy and programmes for their ageing populations.

Neena L. Chappell has been undertaking research on ageing and ageing-related social issues for over 25 years. Her areas include care-giving, health services, well-being of seniors, and social policy. She is currth...










其 他 著 作