Social Policies for the Elderly in the Third World

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Index
Adams, C. T., 15
Adeokun, L. A., 100, 106-7, 110, 114, 116
Adiseshiah, M. S., 76
Advisors. See International advisors
Advisory analysis, 17
African Conference on Gerontology, 118
African News Sheet, 118
Ageing International, 35, 115-16
Aging population. See Population
Agricultural workers, 18; in China, 59, 147-48; in Kerala, 63-64, 66-67, 71, 73-76; in Mexico, 84, 86, 94; in Turkey, 127, 133, 139-40, 142
Agricultural Workers' Pension Scheme ( Kerala), 74-75
Aguilar, M. A., 81, 83, 85, 89- 90, 96-97
Alma Ata, 24, 78
Alter, J. D., 70
American Association for International Aging ( AAIA), 8, 109, 111, 113, 115
Analytical models, 7-10
Anstee, M. J., 6
Antal, A. B., 15
Antyodaya, 80
Argentina, 5
Ataturk, Mustafa Kemal, 134
Babangida, 1., 110
Bag-Kur Insurance Institute, 123- 28, 138-39
Baihua, J., 47
Bamisaiye, A., 106, 110, 113
Barnes, D. R., 40, 56
Basic needs, 4-5, 24, 28, 92, 147
Bell, S., 104-5, 117
Benefit formulas, 13, 16; in China, 41, 50, 53, 55
Civil Servant Pension Fund ( Turkey), 126, 138
Civil servants, 147; in China, 41, 46; in Kerala, 73; in Mexico, 82, 84, 98; in Nigeria, 102; in Turkey, 124, 126-27
Civil service, 84, 102-5, 114
Civil Service Fund ( Turkey), 123- 26
Clark, R. P., 3
Collier, D., 13
Communist Party, 43
Community support, 4-5; in China, 39, 57; in Kerala, 80; in Mexico, 93, 95, 146; in Nigeria, 100, 106-7, 110, 112- 13, 115-16, 118; in Turkey, 129, 142
Comparative process analysis, 14- 38
Comparative public policy, 14
Comprehensive programs, 24, 121, 126
Conference of Chapultepec, 81
Constitutional authority, 19, 21, 24, 31, 38; in Mexico, 82-83, 89, 98, 146-47; in Nigeria, 101; in Turkey, 121-22, 139, 141
Convergence theory, 12-13
COPLAMAR (General Coordination Unit for the National Plan for Depressed Areas and Marginal Groups), 95-96
Coppard, L. C., 7
Costa Rica, 122
Cross-national models, 10, 12, 14- 16, 36
Cruz, M. G., 81-82
Cultural Revolution, 46
Cultural values, 4, 67, 70, 89, 105, 129, 145
Danisoglu, E., 121, 132-33, 137- 38, 140
Data: absence of, 2, 7; aggregate, 8; collection of, 10-12, 33, 35, 48; cross-national, 10, 32; descriptive, 29
Day care for elderly women, 77
Decentralization, 21, 39, 53, 58- 59, 95, 99
Declaration of Human Rights, 82
Declaration of Philadelphia, 81
Decisionmaking process, 14, 16- 18, 21, 32-33, 36
Deferment clause, 88
de Lehr, E. C., 87, 93-94, 97
DeLisle, P., 54
Department of Economics and Statistics ( Kerala), 69
Dependency ratio, I
Diaz, R. A., 81, 89
Dierkes, M., 15
Diessenbacher, H., 23
Diffusion theory, 13
Dingti system, 51
District Labor Offices, 76
Dixon, J., 40, 114

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