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A study on the social behavior and social isolation of the elderly Korea.

Yi ES, Hwang HJ - J Exerc Rehabil (2015)

Bottom Line: This section discusses the results obtained through document analysis.Second, the social isolation and social activity of the elderly are problems (suicide, criminals, dementia, depression and medical costs) of the elderly, change trend of the elderly issues related to social isolation and prediction factors that personal and regional.Lastly, as a role and challenges of the field of rehabilitation exercise aimed at resolving social isolation should be vitalized such as the development and provision of various relationship-building programs.

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Affiliation: Department of Exercise Rehabilitation & Welfare, College of Health Science, Gachon University, Incheon, Korea.

ABSTRACT
This study aimed at presenting what factors are to predict the social isolation of the elderly as an element to prevent the problem of why various matters related to old people are inevitably taking place by carefully examining the meaning of social isolation and the conditions of social isolation that the South Korean senior citizens go through after working on previous studies. This section discusses the results obtained through document analysis. First, the aspects of the elderly's social isolation arising from the changes of the South Korean society are changes of family relationship, the social structure, the economic structure and the culture. Second, the social isolation and social activity of the elderly are problems (suicide, criminals, dementia, depression and medical costs) of the elderly, change trend of the elderly issues related to social isolation and prediction factors that personal and regional. Lastly, as a role and challenges of the field of rehabilitation exercise aimed at resolving social isolation should be vitalized such as the development and provision of various relationship-building programs.

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The trend of the suicide rate of the elderly. A change in the suicide rates of South Korea 2000–2010. Unit: person, the number of those who commit suicide per 100,000 people. Source: The Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs.
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Mentions: If we explore the change trend of each problematic behavior from the year of 2000 when South Korea stepped into the aging society, suicide rates, above all, have risen by about 230% for a decade to 80.3 persons per 100,000 people in 2010 from 34.2 persons per 100,000 people in 2000 as shown in Fig. 1.


A study on the social behavior and social isolation of the elderly Korea.

Yi ES, Hwang HJ - J Exerc Rehabil (2015)

The trend of the suicide rate of the elderly. A change in the suicide rates of South Korea 2000–2010. Unit: person, the number of those who commit suicide per 100,000 people. Source: The Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs.
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f1-jer-11-3-125: The trend of the suicide rate of the elderly. A change in the suicide rates of South Korea 2000–2010. Unit: person, the number of those who commit suicide per 100,000 people. Source: The Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs.
Mentions: If we explore the change trend of each problematic behavior from the year of 2000 when South Korea stepped into the aging society, suicide rates, above all, have risen by about 230% for a decade to 80.3 persons per 100,000 people in 2010 from 34.2 persons per 100,000 people in 2000 as shown in Fig. 1.

Bottom Line: This section discusses the results obtained through document analysis.Second, the social isolation and social activity of the elderly are problems (suicide, criminals, dementia, depression and medical costs) of the elderly, change trend of the elderly issues related to social isolation and prediction factors that personal and regional.Lastly, as a role and challenges of the field of rehabilitation exercise aimed at resolving social isolation should be vitalized such as the development and provision of various relationship-building programs.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Exercise Rehabilitation & Welfare, College of Health Science, Gachon University, Incheon, Korea.

ABSTRACT
This study aimed at presenting what factors are to predict the social isolation of the elderly as an element to prevent the problem of why various matters related to old people are inevitably taking place by carefully examining the meaning of social isolation and the conditions of social isolation that the South Korean senior citizens go through after working on previous studies. This section discusses the results obtained through document analysis. First, the aspects of the elderly's social isolation arising from the changes of the South Korean society are changes of family relationship, the social structure, the economic structure and the culture. Second, the social isolation and social activity of the elderly are problems (suicide, criminals, dementia, depression and medical costs) of the elderly, change trend of the elderly issues related to social isolation and prediction factors that personal and regional. Lastly, as a role and challenges of the field of rehabilitation exercise aimed at resolving social isolation should be vitalized such as the development and provision of various relationship-building programs.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus