Check out this recent publication by the GSU 2011 Gerontology Institute‘s Distinguished Faculty Award winner Sociology Professor Heying Jenny Zhan:
Zhan, H. (2013). Population aging and long-term care in China. Generations, 37(1), 53-58.
Dr. Zhan first discusses the influence on population aging of China’s unique characteristics: one-child policy, impacts of urbanization, and the transition from socialism to a free-market economic system. She then explores the primary challenges that China faces regarding long-term care of the aging population: “culture versus structure…aging in place versus aging in institutions…and women versus the state” (p. 55-57).
Read the article to learn more!