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《Journal of Hubei University of Economics》 2015-01
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Family Function, the Change of Living Mode and Happiness of the Wrinkly and the Elderly——Empirical Analysis Based on CGSS(2006)

HAO Shen-yong;Department of Economics,Shanghai Administration Institute;  
With the degree of the population aging deepened the number of china's elderly population is growing. So promoting the happiness of the wrinkly and the elderly is very important. The living mode of family is changing greatly, that is,many young people don't choose to live with their parents. The change of living mode has an effect on the happiness the wrinkly and the elderly through impacting finical support and emotional communication from sons and daughters to their parents. Also, when sons and daughters live separately with their parents, the distance and communication frequency between them also impact patents' happiness. Based on data from China General Social Survey(2006), using Ordered Probit model, we find that the effect of finical support and communication frequency is positive, which is separately not significant and significant. The distance has a significant positive effect on parents' happiness, which is significant. The positive effect of communication frequency in the way of face to face on parents' happiness is not significant; however, the positive effect of communication frequency in other ways is significant. We learn from above results is that besides necessary finical support, emotional communication is more important for parents' happiness. Also, parents are more and more willing to choose to live separately with their children. When this indeed happened, increasing communication frequency is helpful for parents' happiness.
【Fund】: 国家社会科学基金青年项目(14CSH034);; 国家自然科学基金青年项目(71103094)
【CateGory Index】: D669.6
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