Caring for the Elderly in Japan and the US (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
376
Utgivningsdatum
2012-06-22
Förlag
Routledge
Illustratör/Fotograf
black and white 19 Tables
Illustrationer
19 Tables, black and white
Dimensioner
228 x 152 x 25 mm
Vikt
635 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
NOTECARD(S)
ISBN
9780415510721
Caring for the Elderly in Japan and the US (häftad)

Caring for the Elderly in Japan and the US

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In an era of changing demographics and values, this volume provides a cross-national and interdisciplinary perspective on the question of who cares for and about the elderly. The contributors reflect on research studies, experimental programmes and personal experience in Japan and the United States to explicitly compare how policies, practices and interpretations of elder care are evolving at the turn of the century.
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Introduction Susan O. LongAssuring Care: Government Policies and Programs1. Cultural meanings of 'security' in ageing policies Akiko Hashimoto2. The socioeconomic context of Japanese social policy for ageing Daisaku Maeda3. From the new deal to the new millennium: bridging the gap in US health and ageing policy Brett R. South and Douglas D. Bradham4. Changing meanings of frail old people and the Japanese welfare state John Creighton Campbell5. Critical issues in health care for the US elderly: beyond the millennium Douglas D. Bradham Providing Care: Professional Caregivers6. We live too short, and die too long: on Japanese and US physicians' caregiving practices and approaches to withholding life-sustaining treatments Michael D. Fetters and Marion Danis7. Difficult choices: policy and meaning in Japanese hospice practice Susan O. Long and Satoshi Chihara8. Policies and practices near the end of life in the US: the ambivalent pursuit of a good death David BarnardAssisting in Care: Non-Profit Organizations and Volunteers 9. The development of social welfare services of voluntary organizations in Japan Kiyoshi Adachi10. The accountability dilemma: providing care for the elderly in the US and Japan Yuko SudaCoordinating and Caring: Family Caregivers11. Variations in family caregiving in Japan and the United States Ruth Campbell and Berit Ingersoll-Dayton12. Recognizing the need for gender-responsive family caregiving policy: lessons from male caregivers Phyllis Braudy Harris and Susan O. LongFacilitating Care of Self13. The creativity of the demented elderly: the use of the psychological approach in a Japanese outpatient clinic Yukiko Kurokawa14. Visible lives: life stories and ritual in American nursing homes Thu Tram T. Nguyen, Joal M. Hill and Thomas R. Cole15. Disclosure, decisions, and dementia in Japan: maximising the continuity of self Masahiko Saito16. Concepts of personhood in Alzheimer's disease: considering Japanese notions of a relational self William E. Deal and Peter J. WhitehouseEpilogue17. Downsizing the material self: late life and long involvements with things David W. plath