Warawoot Chuangchai (2017) Association Among Fear of Falling, Stress, and Quality of Life in Adults and Older People. Journal of Architectural/Planning Research and Studies, 14 (2). November - December.
Warawoot Chuangchai and Yongyuth Siripakarn (2018) Combined Training’s Effects on Elderly People’s Development to Minimize Risk of Falling. West East Journal of Social Sciences, Volume 7 Number 1 April, Page 1-12.
Wernli B., Zella S. (2018) Family Trajectories and Life Satisfaction: The Swiss Case. In: Tillmann R., Voorpostel M., Farago P. (eds) Social Dynamics in Swiss Society. Life Course Research and Social Policies, vol 9. Springer, Cham.
Harper, S. (2018) Demography: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Social participation among older adults in Belgium's Flanders region: exploring the roles of both new and old media usage.
Honghui Pan, Liesbeth De Donder, Sarah Dury, Renfeng Wang, Nico De Witte & Dominique Verté. Social participation among older adults in Belgium's Flanders region: exploring the roles of both new and old media usage. Information, Communication & Society, DOI: 10.1080/1369118X.2018.1473460 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1369118X.2018.1473460
Exploring the association of learning participation with the quality of life of older Chinese adults: a mixed methods approach
Renfeng Wang, Liesbeth De Donder, Free De Backer, Karen Triquet, Shihua Li, Honghui Pan, Valerie Thomas & Koen Lombaerts (2018) Exploring the association of learning participation with the quality of life of older Chinese adults: a mixed methods approach. Educational Gerontology, DOI:10.1080/03601277.2018.1481185
Založnik, M., Bonsall, M. B. and Harper, S. (2018) The Qualitative Stage of Building Bayesian Belief Networks in a Focus Group Setting: Decision-Making under Uncertainty among Vietnamese Rice Farmers. Sociological Methods & Research, 1-28.
Farming, especially paddy production, dominates the agriculture sector of Myanmar and much of this activity is undertaken by smallholder farmers who are growing old.
The report “The Ageing of Myanmar’s Farmer Population: Implications for Agriculture and Food Security” explores how the ageing of Myanmar’s farming population will affect agricultural livelihood patterns and agricultural productivity. It considers three main questions concerning the future age profile of Myanmar’s smallholder agriculture population, the implications of an older farming population for Myanmar’s agricultural future and the broad policy and practice steps which would help Myanmar to best position itself for this future.
Urban Chinese Daughters: Navigating new roles, status and filial obligation in a transitioning culture
O’Neill, P. (2018) URBAN CHINESE DAUGHTERS: Navigating new roles, status and filial obligation in a transitioning culture. St. Antony's Series, Palgrave Macmillan.
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