2 edition of Social and economic characteristics of recipients of old age security, September 1970. found in the catalog.
Social and economic characteristics of recipients of old age security, September 1970.
David N. Webber
1972 by Dept. of Social Welfare, Management Information Systems in Sacramento, Calif .
Written in English
|Statement||Prepared by David N. Webber.|
|Series||Program information series report,, 1972-2|
|Contributions||California. Dept. of Social Welfare. Management Information Systems.|
|LC Classifications||HV98.C3 A334 1972, no. 2, HV1468.C2 A334 1972, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
|LC Control Number||73623292|
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The Social Security program of the 's is the direct descendent of the limited program of contributory old-age benefits enacted in Title II of the original Social Security Act of established a national plan designed to provide economic security for the nation's workers. and, for aged and disabled Social Security recipients, the Medicare program in the minimum benefit was repealed for newly-eligible recipients, effective in Old-Age and.
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England established its national pension system the same year, climaxing three decades of discussion and yet not until did it add a system of contributory old-age insurance. By — despite constraints of voluntarism and the work cult England established an economic security system no less compulsory than the German.
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andlife expectancy at age 60 increased from to years and at age 70 increased by less than 3 years during the same period (Government of India, ).
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Roosevelt inand the current version of the Act, as amended, encompasses several social welfare and social. As a result, the old-age security of the peasants in rural China is standing on very thin ice, and the prospect for more active state involvement in the near future remains dim.
View Show abstract. book is that the life pathways of middle and old age di ﬀ er dramatically for middle-class suburban Whites and poorer inner-city minority group members. Newman ’ s data come. Social Security Act, (Aug ), original U.S. legislation establishing a permanent national old-age pension system through employer and employee contributions; the system was later extended to include dependents, the disabled, and other groups.
Responding to the economic impact of the Great Depression, five million old people in the early s joined nationwide Townsend clubs. Hua Yingfang, «The Development and Prospects of China’s old-age security system», Social Sciences in China, no 1,p Zuo Xuejin and Yang Xiaoping, «The Long-term Impact on the Chinese Economy of an Aging Population», Social Sciences in China, no 1,p.
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Emphasis is placed on the economic, social, and cultural context of the development of the country, along with the system of. Social Security is the largest program in the federal budget, accounting for 23 percent of all spending.
InSocial Security outlays of $ billion will far exceed outlays for the second-largest program, national defense, at about $ billion. 1 Social Security has two components: Old-Age and Survivors Insurance (OASI) and Disability Insurance (DI). The economic situation in the early s further increased the number of welfare recipients, making the AFDC's inadequacy more salient as new recipients were added and old recipients were not.
The Social Security Act, signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt increated Social Security, a federal safety net for elderly, unemployed and.
The welfare state is a form of government in which the state protects and promotes the economic and social well-being of the citizens, based upon the principles of equal opportunity, equitable distribution of wealth, and public responsibility for citizens unable to avail themselves of the minimal provisions for a good life.
Sociologist T. Marshall described the modern welfare state as a. As the war in Vietnam came to an end, new social causes came to the fore, especially environmentalism.
The country celebrated the first “Earth Day” on Apand while the environmental movement was successful in raising awareness about the need to protect the environment, it. "Haber and Gratton lay to rest many conventional assumptions concerning the place of older persons in American history." —Choice "Haber and Gratton’s meaty little book does more than provide an intelligent synthesis of existing old-age history; its new interpretations, insights, and shifts of emphasis will provoke responses and help move historians’ work away from the now threadbare Reviews: 2.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Chapter 1: Economic security and insecurity --Chapter 2: Basic principles of social insurance --Chapter 3: The problem of premature death --Chapter 4: The problem of old age --Chapter 5: Old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance --Chapter 6: Problems and issues in the OASDHI program.
The ’s as Policy Watershed By Edward D. Berkowitz, Ph.D., George Washington University, Washington, D.C. (Prepared for the Meetings of the American Political Science Association) Inthe expansive social policy system that had prevailed in the postwar era ended, and a more restrictive system that would characterize the rest of the seventies and the early eighties.
Due to changes in the Social Security System, the retirement age for receiving full Social Security benefits has been increased to 67, yet we continue to use 65 to define "elderly".
-Also learn both positive and negative meanings associated with old age, such. Social Security, which provides old-age and disability cash benefits to workers and their families.
Supplemental Security Income, which provides cash benefits for aged, blind, and disabled people without regard to prior workforce participation. unemployment insurance, which provides income to people who become involuntarily unemployed. Social Assistance, Old age security.
Demogrants. Old age security, family allowance. 's's - Crisis: stagflation and recession, fiscal restraint and questions of sustainability They say that social and economic hierarchies contribute to economic security and social stability.
Very law and m is very central on the. John Myles, author of Old Age in the Welfare State "Provides valuable insights about Social Security politics over time, including convincing evidence about the enduring emphasis on self-reliance and individualism, the diminishing role of business and labor, and the relative impact of Reviews: 5.
Socioeconomic status (SES) underlies three major determinants of health: health care, environmental exposure, and health behavior. In addition, chronic stress associated with lower SES may also inc.
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For the most part, that fear has now dissipated. van der Gaag J. and Preker A., “Health Care for Aging Populations: Issues and Options,” in Choices in Financing Health Care and Old Age Security, ed. Prescott N., Proceedings of a Conference.Inthe IGM Economic Experts panel at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business was asked if "Granting every American citizen over years old a universal basic income of $13, a year—financed by eliminating all transfer programs (including Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, housing subsidies, household welfare payments.J.
Characteristics Primarily references to descriptive studies. Official tabular material will be found under S. Official Statistical that are primarily analytical, but that also contain information on characteristics, will be found under K. Demographic and Economic Interrelations and Natural Resources or L.
Demographic and Noneconomic Interrelations, as appropriate.