Elder Care, Multiple Role Involvement, and Well-Being Among Middle-Aged Men and Women in Japan.

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Japan's population is aging at an unprecedented rate. Combined with the tradition of family responsibility for elder care, this rapid population aging has resulted in middle-aged Japanese people being much more likely today than in past decades to face the responsibility of caring for their elderly parents alongside their other major roles. Using nationally… (More)

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@article{Kikuzawa2015ElderCM, title={Elder Care, Multiple Role Involvement, and Well-Being Among Middle-Aged Men and Women in Japan.}, author={Saeko Kikuzawa}, journal={Journal of cross-cultural gerontology}, year={2015}, volume={30 4}, pages={423-38} }