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Ageing in India: Socio-Economic and Health Dimensions

Authors (s): Moneer Alam (Author)
Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 8171885357
Pages: 288p., Tables; Figures; References; Index; 23cm.
Pub. date: 01.01.2006, 1st ed.
Publisher: Academic Foundation
Language (s): English
Bagchee ID: BB27610
List price: US $ 39,00
Bagchee price: US $ 35,10
You save: (10.00%)
Member price: US $ 31,59 info

Overview for Ageing in India: Socio-Economic and Health Dimensions

This study essentially draws upon Indian conditions and data for analysing ageing and a few of its more critical dimensions involving socio-economic, health and public policy aspects, it may well be argued that each of these dimensions remains equally, if not more, important for many of the developing countries with transitioning demography (declining fertility and life prolongation) and liberalising economy (growing privatisation and pro-market reforms) rendering several non-market institutions void. From a thorough empirical review of the Indian situation using both the primary and secondary data sources, it has been observed that a bulk of the aged may not be able to withstand the unfolding economic realities either in India or elsewhere: they are socially at a loss because of their poor past, economically weak because of serious poverty issues, physically frail and suffer from functional dependence. They are also losing because of erosion in traditional familial values. Further, the non-elderly adults are yet to realise the need for planned ageing. The study tries to build the argument that many of these issues have not been fully understood while framing public responses to ageing. The upcoming concepts underlying 'elderly involvements in development' or 'healthy and active ageing' may not therefore hold true for many. The worst affected are the elderly women.
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