epub Social Aging in a Delhi Neighborhood download
by Narender K. Chadha,John van Willigen
Home Browse Books Book details, Social Aging in a Delhi Neighborhood. Chadha was on the faculty at the University of Delhi, and van Willigen was attached to the Anthropology Department there as part of a Fulbright lectureship.
Home Browse Books Book details, Social Aging in a Delhi Neighborhood. Social Aging in a Delhi Neighborhood. By John Van Willigen, Narender K. Chadha.
Request PDF On Jan 1, 2001, VANESSA BURHOLT and others published John van Willigen and Narender K. .
Narender Kumar Chadha University of Delhi, India . He has also co-authored two books with Harpreet Bhatia, which are Know Yourself (Friends Publications, 2006) and Be a Winner (Friends Publications, 2006).
Social Aging in a Delhi Neighborhood John Van Willigen,N. Все результаты Поиска книг Google Об авторе (1989). John van Willigen is professor of anthropology at the University of Kentucky and the author of many books, including Tobacco Culture: Farming Kentucky's Burley Belt and Food and Everyday Life on Kentucky Family Farms, 1920-1950. Библиографические данные. Gettin' Some Age on Me: Social Organization of Older People in a Rural American Community.
Ageing & Society.
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 18 May 2001. Ageing & Society.
Lee este libro en la app de Google Play Libros en tu PC o dispositivo Android o iOS. Descarga Social Aging in a Delhi Neighborhood para leerlo sin . JOHN VAN WILLIGEN is Professor of Anthropology, University of Kentucky. Descarga Social Aging in a Delhi Neighborhood para leerlo sin conexión, destacar texto, agregar marcadores o tomar notas. NARENDER CHADHA is Professor of Psychology, University of Delhi, India.
A. van Willigen, Narender K. 2. View via Publisher. Older Asian Indians Resettled in America: Narratives about Households, Culture and Generation.
by John van Willigen. The authors asked questions about social networks, control over household assets, household composition, life satisfaction, and subjective health, among other things. The social network questions had been used in an earlier study done in Kentucky.
Find nearly any book by John van Willigen. Find signed collectible books: 'Social Aging in a Delhi Neighborhood'. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780913167434 (978-13167-43-4) Softcover, Amer Anthropological Assn, 1991.
Are you sure you want to remove Social aging in a Delhi neighborhood from your list? . by John Van Willigen.
Are you sure you want to remove Social aging in a Delhi neighborhood from your list? Social aging in a Delhi neighborhood. Published 1999 by Bergin & Garvey in Westport, CT. Written in English. Aged, Social conditions, Housing, Neighborhood, Gerontology. India, Delhi (India).
The core of the research reported in this study was a survey of men and women 55 years and older sampled from a comprehensive list of residents. The authors asked questions about social networks, control over household assets, household composition, life satisfaction, and subjective health, among other things. The social network questions had been used in an earlier study done in Kentucky. Nearly everything else had been developed for the Delhi study. The findings were similar to those in the earlier study: the size of people's networks does not decline materially until they are older (80 plus). Age itself did not seem that important, but health was crucial. Persons who reported they were healthy had larger networks.
As one might expect, joint family life has great impact on the nature of social life among older people. This has to do with the big difference in the situation of men and women in India. In addition to being patrilineal kin groups, joint families are dominated by male economic interests. The males as a collective group inherit property. Women have much less control of household assets. This ethnographic fact appeared very clearly in the answers to questions about participation in household decision making. High involvement in decisions, which the authors construed as a measure of power, spilled over into other aspects of the social aging process. Persons who were powerful in their households tended to have large networks, better subjective health, and much higher life satisfaction. They also tended to be men. The women tended to have small networks, low life satisfaction, lower subjective health, and less power. These differences between men and women were all substantial and highly significant. Gender is an extraordinarily important factor in the outcomes of social aging processes in India.