Ageing in China: Present situation and Strategies

An YAN

Abstract



Population Ageing is the main feature of humankind development in the 21st century. It has become the hot problem concerned by the world’s governments and societies. This paper summarizes the basic present situation, the developmental trends and the basic features of population ageing in China. It also analyzes the responsibilities of national system, community construction and family providing for the aged and professional social workers in ageing trends. It intends to make suggestions about our social ageing trends.
Key words: Ageing, Present situation, Strategy
Résumé: Le vieillissement de la populaton, caractéristique principale du développement de l’humanité au 21e sicècle, constitue le point chaud auquel tous les gouvernements et toutes les sociétés accordent beaucoup d’attention. Cet article, en faisant le bilan du statu quo, de la tendance de développement et des caractéristiques du vieillissement de la population chinoise, analyse les responsabilités du régime d’Etat, de la construction du quartier, de l’entretien de la vie des parents dans la famille ainsi que des bénévoles professionnels dans la tendance de vieillissement, et ainsi étudie les contre-mesures.
Mots-Clés: vieillissement, statu quo, contre-mesure

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720060204.004

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