Ageing and the family: proceedings of the United Nations International Conference on Ageing Populations in the Context of the Family, Kitakyushu (Japan), 15-19 October 1990, Issue 124
United Nations, 1994 - Family & Relationships - 238 pages
This report presents a summary of the discussion papers & recommendations of fifty international experts on such demographic issues as: changes in marital status, patterns on migrations, changing status of roles of the elderly, evolving family structures & interfamily transfers of assets. Also included are residential issues of the effect of ageing families on housing conditions & policies & programmes to promote family care.
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adult children Africa age groups age structure age-specific aged 60 aged 65 America Asia average Bengtson Brazil caregiving census cent changes child co-residence cohorts Czechoslovakia decline demographic developed countries distribution economic elderly mother elderly parents elderly population elderly women Europe family members family structure family support females fertility Figure first-marriage rates German Democratic Republic Gerontology headship rates housing income increase Institute intergenerational Japan Kitakyushu levels life-table living arrangements males marital status marriage married married couples mortality multigenerational household needs nuclear family old age older ages older persons older population patterns percentage population ageing programmes proportion ratio recent regions relationships relatives remarriage rates Republic of Korea retirement role rural areas simulated social societies socio-economic Source spouse survey Sweden Table Taiwan Province three-generational tion Tokyo transfers transition trends United Kingdom United Nations United Nations Secretariat urban vorce widowed younger