Leisure Life of Elderly Residents in China: A Case Study of Difference between Rural and Urban Area

Baoren Su

Abstract


This paper examined the current situation of leisure life of aging population in urban and rural area from an angle of history, policy, culture, and economy, revealing the differences in the leisure life between rural and urban elderly residents. While the Chinese government is proud of the achievement in making its people’s life longer, it has to tackle the challenge of how to make the leisure life of aging population as an important part of their later year’s life not just for the aged urban residents but especially for the aged rural residents. The underlying social and economic reasons that may account for such differences are discussed extensively. It is hoped the paper will be somewhat conducive to this area of study.

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Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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