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The Intentions to Live in Institutions for the Elders in Villagers' Perspectives:An Empirical Analysis of the Sampling Surveys in Hubei,Sichuan and Jiangxi Province

DI Jin-hua;JI Zi-li;ZHONG Zhang-bao;Sociology Department,and the Institute of Rural Social Construction and Governance of Huazhong Agriculture University;  
Based on the data from a sampling survey in 34 villages from Hubei,Sichuan and Jiangxi province,this paper explores the impacts of the rural factors especially the village clan on villagers' intention to enter institutions for the elders by ordinal logistic regression model.It is found that the intentions to enter the institutions for the elders though some villagers select to live in them.The structure and functions of the village clan has blocked the villagers' from entering such elderly support institutions somewhat.The villagers inside unformal clan organizations boast of relatively lower intention to enter the elderly support institutions than those without clan organizations,while the villagers in the formal clan organizations have the weakest intention.The better public services provided by the clan organizations,the weaker intention the villagers have.The villagers with upper social status in the villages have lower intention to enter the elderly support institutions compared with the villagers with lower social status.
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