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2014 | z. 8 | 383--391
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Happy and Long Life of the Elderly

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Szczęśliwe i długie życie osób starszych
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Abstrakty
Szczęście jest definiowane jako stan stabilnej, globalnej jakości życia i stopnia, w jakim dana osoba ocenia pozytywnie ogólną jakość swojego obecnego życia. Ta koncepcja oznacza ogólną ocenę życia, zamiast w określonej dziedzinie życia (np. praca, małżeństwo, kondycja fizyczna). Wyraża również stabilny stan umysłu i doceniania życia. Zadowolenie z warunków życia i subiektywne samopoczucie są podstawowymi wymiarami szczęścia. Celem prowadzonego badania jest oszacowanie oczekiwanej długości życia w szczęściu (HapLE) dla osób starszych (60+). W artykule zaprezentowano wpływ depresji na jakość życia osób starszych oraz czynniki zwiększające ryzyko wystąpienia zaburzeń psychicznych w starszym wieku. Badania pokazały, że mężczyźni mogą oczekiwać dłuższego życia w szczęściu, zarówno wyrażonego w latach, jak i w relacji do całkowitej oczekiwanej długości życia. Wraz z wiekiem, wartości HapLE obniżają się zarówno wśród mężczyzn, jak i kobiet, jednak w przypadku kobiet następuje to szybciej.(abstrakt oryginalny)
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Happiness is defined as a status of the stable, global quality of life, and the extent, to which a person evaluates positively the overall quality of present life. This concept means overall assessment of life, instead of a specific areas (e.g., work, marriage, physical condition), and indicates a stable state of mind and life's appreciation. Satisfaction related to living conditions and subjective well-being are two dimensions of happiness. The aim of the paper is to evaluate Happy Life Expectancy (HapLE) for the elderly (60+).The paper presents the impact of depression on elderly's quality of life, and determinants influencing the risk of mental disorder's occurrence. Depression is one of the most important disorder, that lowers the quality of life. We have found, that men might expect the more years of happy life, not only in absolute value, but also, as a percentage of total Life Expectancy. Along with age, HapLE values deteriorate, and this diminution is faster for women.(original abstract)
Twórcy
  • Akademia im. Jana Długosza w Częstochowie
  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu
Bibliografia
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