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[The population aged 65 years and above in Japan accounted for only 7% of the Japanese population in 1970, but a mere 24 years later, it had doubled in scale to about 14%, which indicated an unparalleled pace compared with other developed countries. Now the proportion of elderly individuals in the Japanese population represents the highest in the world due to declining fertilityFertility and increasing longevity (Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications 2012). The biggest challenge brought by the rapid population aging in Japan is the soaring expenditure in social security benefits, including pensions, healthcare, welfare and others (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare 2012). No doubt, older people presently constitute the majority of those in poor health. Thus, studying the determinants of health in old age has become a growing concern.]
Published: Nov 9, 2017
Keywords: Social interactionSocial Interaction; Rapid Population Aging; Tama City; Ikigai; Subjective Health
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