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Study on Senior Care in Only-Child Families in Beijing
Author: Zhao Zhongjie Uploaded Time: 2017-08-09

Brief introduction: This book focuses on the aging issue in this country, especially the senior care issue in only-child families in Beijing. It has carried out multi-angle research by combining theories and empirical facts, problems and countermeasures and different subjects. Due to the particularity of the research’s object and angles, the study has great practical and academic significance.

Contents:

Chapter One  Introduction
Section One  Research background and significance
One  The "silver-haired wave" is blowing
Two  Only-child families are facing increasing risks in senior care
Three  The only-child era calls for new senior care culture
Four  Significance of the study on senior care in only-child families 
Section Two  Research Review
One  Care for the aged and ways of care for the aged 
Two  Senior care in only-child families
Three  Filial piety research
Four  Reflection of existing research and the necessity of further research
Section Three  Defining relevant concepts
One  Only-children and only-child family
Two  Senior care
Three  Senior care mode
Section Four  Research design
One  Research objectives
Two  Theoretical hypothesis
Three  Main data and information 
Four  Main research contents and structure

Chapter Two  Theoretical Basis of the Study on Senior Care in Only-Child Families 
Section One  Life cycle theory
Section Two  Demand theory
Section Three  Structural function theory

Chapter Three  The Plight of Families with a Disabled Only-Child or an Only-Child Who Has Passed Away 
Section One  The structural analysis of the only-child family
Section Two  The plight of the interviewed families with a disabled only-child or losing the only child  
One  The basic situation of the interviewed families with only disabled child or an only-child who has passed away
Two  The plight of parents with a disabled only-child or an only-child who has passed away and reason analysis 

Chapter Four  Needs for Senior Care of the Interviewed Only-Child Families
Section One  The relationship between the demand and supply of senior care in only-child families
One  Demand for senior care in only-child families
Two  Supply of senior care in only-child families
Three  Model of the demand and supply of senior care in only-child families

Section Two  Demand for senior care in the interviewed families with a disabled only-child or an only-child who has passed away 
One  Demand for senior care in the interviewed families with a disabled only-child
Two  Demand for senior care in the interviewed families with an only-child who has passed away
Section Three  Demand for senior care in the interviewed normal families 
One  Needs of the nuclear family
Two  Needs of the backbone families
Three  Needs of the "empty nest" families
Section Four  Senior care in the interviewed families with an only-child in different circumstances

Chapter Five  Choice of the Ways of Senior Care in the Interviewed Families with an Only-Child

Chapter Six  Model Construction of the Ways of Senior Care in Families with an Only-Child

Chapter Seven  Conclusions and Discussion

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