A Study on the Life World of Chinese Elders with Assisted Caring by Institutions: From the Perspective of Ethnographic Psychology

@inproceedings{Wang2018ASO,
  title={A Study on the Life World of Chinese Elders with Assisted Caring by Institutions: From the Perspective of Ethnographic Psychology},
  author={Tangsheng Wang and Siyu Qian and Y. . Biotechnology Zeng},
  year={2018}
}
The global society is gradually paying more and more attention to the elders with the rapidly ageing population in the world, and Chinese researchers pay more attention to how to care for the elders. The current study focuses on the elders living in a nursing home and living at home with community assistance. Employing ethnographic methods to study aging psychology, researchers interviewed 21 elders to analyze the focus in their life world during two year of participatory observation, meanwhile… CONTINUE READING

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