Social inclusion of senior citizens in Japan: an investigation into the ‘Community-based Integrated Care System’

  title={Social inclusion of senior citizens in Japan: an investigation into the ‘Community-based Integrated Care System’},
  author={N. Dahl},
  journal={Contemporary Japan},
  pages={43 - 59}
  • N. Dahl
  • Published 2018
  • Political Science
  • Contemporary Japan
  • ABSTRACT Over the last decades, social inclusion has become a significant factor in social policy programmes in most countries of the world. It has been endorsed through various directives of international organisations and then implemented by numerous national governments. The relatively vague nature of the concept may facilitate this present prevalence, since it makes it easily adaptable to distinctive features of different societies. However, translating the term and implementing it into… CONTINUE READING
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