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Title: Multidimensional Statistical Analysis of Life Satisfaction of Older People
Authors: Ivankina, Lyubov Ivanovna
Mikhalchuk, Aleksandr Alexandrovich
Arefiev, Vladimir Petrovich
Filipenko, Nikolai Maksimovihc
Novoseltseva, Darya
Keywords: older people; life satisfaction; welfare; multidimensional statistical analysis; пожилые люди; удовлетворенность; благополучие; статистический анализ
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Future Academy
Citation: Multidimensional Statistical Analysis of Life Satisfaction of Older People / L. I. Ivankina [et al.] // The European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences (EpSBS). — 2017. — Vol. 19 : Lifelong Wellbeing in the World (WELLSO 2016) : III International Scientific Symposium, 11-16 September 2016, Tomsk, Russian Federation : [proceedings]. — [P. 470-475].
Abstract: The paper is devoted to a study of dependences between the life satisfaction and the social conditions of older people presented in their main scopes of life. The life satisfaction is one of the components of subjective welfare that in value judgment is interpreted as a thought-and-sense character. The life satisfaction allows estimating the influence of different life scopes of older people and outlining the priority routes of continuous welfare. It is shown that the life satisfaction of older people is ascertained using the specific questionnaire developed for the sociological inquiry. To make older people prosperous it should be known what factors promote well-being and how to provide these factors. Monitoring performs the function of collecting data about a state of the object being evaluated for further analysis. Estimation of own older person’s life in its various forms, expresses significant levels of subjective well-being, revealing the superordinate connection through the content of emotional and evaluative bases, giving multidirectional nature of the subject’s activity, which may be taken into account only at opinion poll.The paper presents the design of the three-factor space model of the nine parameters for the life satisfaction based on the methods of mathematical statistics. Within this three-factor space model, the qualitative differentiation of older people of the Tomsk region was carried out using the seven-cluster model of 400 respondents.
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