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The Urban-Rural Difference in Social Support System for the Elderly: The Case in Beijing
Old age,Social support,Urban-Rural difference,Beijing,
|Publication Year :||2020|
When people retire to the late life cycle and enter the old age stage, with the decline of physical conditions and economic level, they will have more real life demands in different aspects such as economic security, medical health, social participation and psychology. With the development of society, the policies and support of government departments for the elderly are constantly improved. The elderly receive different types of social support in both public and private sectors. With the increasing trend of aging in the world, China is faced with the serious problem of aging population. After years of modernization, the economic level and social development of mainland China have undergone great changes. To explore Chinese by social support if there is a difference between urban and rural areas, neuropsychology, starting from the policy core home to Beijing, this study on the social support theory point of view, to study the status of the elderly in Beijing real life and the social support by, examine whether the government's policy service scheme with differences between city and the country's geopolitical factors, and then describe the social support system of urban and rural areas of the two suffered.
The research data were collected from semi-structured interviews with the elderly in Beijing's urban core areas and suburban new areas. The data collected from the interviews in urban and rural areas were collected to understand the core needs and response of the elderly for the elderly. The research results show that the old age subsidy plan for urban areas and rural areas in Beijing is the same on the whole, but there are differences in the endowment insurance level, the abundance of surrounding medical resources, and the welfare subsidy for trade unions. The elderly in urban areas enjoy better social resources. The elderly in rural areas make up for the lack of formal support system through closer interpersonal relationships and emotional connections, in the form of neighborhood, family, mutual assistance and intergenerational support.
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