The Ageing Societies of Central and Eastern Europe: Some Problems - Some Solutions

The Ageing Societies of Central and Eastern Europe: Some Problems - Some Solutions

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This book entitled The Ageing Societies of Central and Eastern Europe: Some Problems - Some Solutions wants to contribute to a better understanding of how societies of Central and Eastern Europe are changing and how they are responding to the challenge of even more rapid ageing process than Western Europe.


The aim of this book is to present the specific challenges ageing societies in selected Central and Eastern European countries face, with a particular focus on Polish society. Questions to be addressed in this volume include: How does demographic ageing influence societal change? How can we overcome age discrimination? Who will care for increasing numbers of older dependents at a time when the numbers of potential family carers is dwindling? How will family change impact on intergenerational solidarity? How can the specific skills of the young and the old be combined in the workplace? How are policy makers and politicians dealing with the ageing issues? How can the public pensions systems be made financially sustainable to prevent poverty and social exclusion of older people?


Liczba stron182
WydawcaWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego
ISBN-13978-83-233-2577-2
Numer wydania1
Język publikacjipolski
Informacja o sprzedawcyRavelo Sp. z o.o.

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  Andreas Hoff, Jolanta Perek-Białas, Introduction: the ageing societies of Central and Eastern Europe    11
  I. Societal and Demographic Ageing in Europe    19
    Marta Sugareva, Kamellia Lillova, Typology of the European countries by the level of demographic ageing and demographic Burden    19
    Laura Banks, Philip Haynes, Michael Hill, A comparative analysis of informal networks among older people in Eastern and Western European states    31
    Justyna Stypińska, Sociological perspective on the European anti-discrimination legislation    63
  II. Selected Issues of Societal Ageing in Central and Eastern Europe    83
    Mirosława Gazińska, Magdalena Mojsiewicz, Magdalena Kamińska, From research on mortality of the aged in Poland before and after transition    83
    Barbara Woźniak, Beata Tobiasz-Adamczyk, Marek Kopacz, The relationship between religious practice and quality of life among those at the threshold of older age    91
    Magdalena Kamińska, Changes of elderly consumers’ potential in ageing society of Poland    103
    Karel Schmeidler, Demographic change, urban transport and accessibility for elderly in Czech Republic    111
  III. Social Policy Responses to Population Ageing in Central and Eastern Europe    127
    Bernadette Jonda, How do local politicians see the situation of older people in East and West Germany?    127
    Jerzy Krzyszkowski, Between Welfare State and Welfare Society. The Case of Home Care Services for the Old People in Poland    143
    Bogusława Urbaniak, Age management – Polish experiences    155
    Piotr Obidziński, The problem of population aging and system of social securities – construction of Demographic Reserve Fund    167
    Ksenija Ramovš, Jože Ramovš, Simona Hvalic Touzery, New programmes for quality ageing in Slovenia    177
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