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Exploring Activity Participation among Senior Adults from Social Participation Performance
Hsieh, Mei O
|Keywords:||老人活動參與 ; 活動類型; 社會角色履行能力; 社會參與能力 |
activity types; senior adults; daily activities; social roles; social participation ability
|Issue Date:||2020-07-21 13:22:05 (UTC+8)|
The quantitative method was applied to investigate the relationship between social participation performance & activity participation. The purpose of this study intented to explore how senior adults participated in different activities & how the related factors affected the participation using social participation performance or accomplishment model. Survey research with face to face interview was employed including 307 older people. The sample was selected from the largest & the second largest community care caring bases along with the elderly who were receiving home care services or meals on wheels services in each Taipei City Administrative District. The sample thus included both healthy elderly people & not so healthy elderly people. Stepwise multiple regressions were used to examine how important variables affected four types of activity participation. The findings revealed that every activity had its different predicting variables. Among the predicting variables, ability of social role performance was the most affecting one. For the productive activities, ability of daily activity & gender were significant. For the mass activities, the social group membership was important. For the Solitary activities, although age & health status were not so important, financial status was an important affecting one. For the social activities, the elderly limited their participation to the family activities still. Furthermore, the practice, policy & research implications were provided.
|Relation:||東吳社會工作學報, No.37, pp.43-80|
|Appears in Collections:||[社會工作研究所] 期刊論文|
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