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Japan's Fureai Kippu Time-banking in Elderly Care: Origins, Development, Challenges and Impact

@inproceedings{Hayashi2012JapansFK,
  title={Japan's Fureai Kippu Time-banking in Elderly Care: Origins, Development, Challenges and Impact},
  author={Mayumi Hayashi},
  year={2012}
}
  • Mayumi Hayashi
  • Published 2012
  • Political Science
  • Japan’s Fureai Kippu (‘Ticket for a Caring Relationship’) refers to mutual support networks of members of all ages, targeted at providing care for older people through exchanges of time credits, sometimes supplemented by cash payments (‘time-­‐banking’). This has attracted in-­‐ creasing attention as a potential contribution to the… CONTINUE READING

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