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The Elderly in Poor Urban Neighborhoods.

By: Brown, Valerie Slaughter.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Routledge Library Editions: Urban Studies: Publisher: Milton : Routledge, 2017Copyright date: ©1997Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (149 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781351716666.Subject(s): Elderly poor--Ohio--Cleveland--Social conditionsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Elderly in Poor Urban NeighborhoodsDDC classification: 305.260977132 Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Cover page -- Halftitle page -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Tables -- List of Figures -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- The Elderly in Poor Urban Neighborhoods -- I Introduction and Problem Statement -- PURPOSE -- MAJOR CONTRIBUTION -- II Theoretical Framework and Review of the Literature -- MICRO-MACRO SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY LINKS -- PERSON-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION: THE ECOLOGICAL MODEL OF AGING -- ECOLOGICAL MODEL LIMITATIONS -- THE URBAN ECOLOGICAL MODEL OF AGING -- HETEROGENEITY OF POVERTY NEIGHBORHOODS -- RESIDENTIAL SATISFACTION -- SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING -- SUMMARY OF CHAPTER -- III Research Questions and Hypotheses -- GLOBAL QUESTIONS AND HYPOTHESES -- SUPRAPERSONAL ENVIRONMENT CONSTRUCTS -- SPECIFIC QUESTIONS, HYPOTHESES AND RATIONALE -- SUMMARY OF CHAPTER -- IV Research Methodology -- SAMPLE -- INSTRUMENT -- PRETEST -- VARIABLES AND THEIR MEASUREMENT -- DATA ANALYSIS -- SUMMARY OF CHAPTER -- V Results -- SUPRAPERSONAL ENVIRONMENT CHARACTERISTICS -- CHARACTERISTICS OF ELDER VULNERABILITY -- RESIDENTIAL SATISFACTION -- RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OBJECTIVE NEIGHBORHOOD POVERTY TYPE AND PERCEIVEDNEIGHBORHOOD CHARACTERISTICS -- INTERACTION EFFECTS -- INDIRECT EFFECTS -- SERENDIPITOUS FINDINGS -- SUMMARY OF FINDINGS -- VI Discussion -- SUPRAPERSONAL ENVIRONMENT -- CHARACTERISTICS OF ELDER VULNERABILITY -- INTERACTION EFFECTS -- FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS -- MODELS AND MEASURES -- CONCLUSION -- Bibliography -- Appendix -- APPENDIX A QUESTIONNAIRE -- APPENDIX Β FLYER ANNOUNCING THE STUDY TO CONGREGATE MEAL ELDERS -- APPENDIX C FLYER ANNOUNCING THE STUDY TO HOME-BOUND ELDERS -- Figure -- Figure 1. Urban Ecological Model of Subjective Well-Being Among the Elderly -- Figure 2. Urban Ecological Interaction Model of Subjective Weil-Being Among the Elderly.
Figure 3. Hypothesized Effects of Suprapersonal Environment and Characteristics of Elder Vulnerability on Subjective Weil-Being -- Figure 4. Hypothesized Interaction Effects of Suprapersonal Environment and Characteristics of Elder Vulnerability on Subjective Weil-Being -- Figure 5 Statistically Significant Effects of Suprapersonal Environment and Elder Vulnerability Characteristics on Residential Satisfaction and Positive Affect -- Figure 6 Statistically Significant Effects of Suprapersonal Environment and Elder Vulnerability Characteristics on Residential Satisfaction and Negative Affect -- Tables -- Table 1 Actual Sampling Frame -- Table 2 Zero-order Correlation and Univariate Statistics -- Table 3 Regression Results for Direct and Interaction Effects on PA, NA, and Residential Satisfaction -- Table 4 Decomposition of Effects of Suprapersonal Environment and Elder Vulnerability Characteristics on Residential Satisfaction and PA and NA -- Table 5 Variable Frequencies According to Objective Neighborhood Poverty Type -- Table 6 Coding Scheme and Psychometric Properties -- Index.
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Cover page -- Halftitle page -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Tables -- List of Figures -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- The Elderly in Poor Urban Neighborhoods -- I Introduction and Problem Statement -- PURPOSE -- MAJOR CONTRIBUTION -- II Theoretical Framework and Review of the Literature -- MICRO-MACRO SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY LINKS -- PERSON-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION: THE ECOLOGICAL MODEL OF AGING -- ECOLOGICAL MODEL LIMITATIONS -- THE URBAN ECOLOGICAL MODEL OF AGING -- HETEROGENEITY OF POVERTY NEIGHBORHOODS -- RESIDENTIAL SATISFACTION -- SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING -- SUMMARY OF CHAPTER -- III Research Questions and Hypotheses -- GLOBAL QUESTIONS AND HYPOTHESES -- SUPRAPERSONAL ENVIRONMENT CONSTRUCTS -- SPECIFIC QUESTIONS, HYPOTHESES AND RATIONALE -- SUMMARY OF CHAPTER -- IV Research Methodology -- SAMPLE -- INSTRUMENT -- PRETEST -- VARIABLES AND THEIR MEASUREMENT -- DATA ANALYSIS -- SUMMARY OF CHAPTER -- V Results -- SUPRAPERSONAL ENVIRONMENT CHARACTERISTICS -- CHARACTERISTICS OF ELDER VULNERABILITY -- RESIDENTIAL SATISFACTION -- RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OBJECTIVE NEIGHBORHOOD POVERTY TYPE AND PERCEIVEDNEIGHBORHOOD CHARACTERISTICS -- INTERACTION EFFECTS -- INDIRECT EFFECTS -- SERENDIPITOUS FINDINGS -- SUMMARY OF FINDINGS -- VI Discussion -- SUPRAPERSONAL ENVIRONMENT -- CHARACTERISTICS OF ELDER VULNERABILITY -- INTERACTION EFFECTS -- FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS -- MODELS AND MEASURES -- CONCLUSION -- Bibliography -- Appendix -- APPENDIX A QUESTIONNAIRE -- APPENDIX Β FLYER ANNOUNCING THE STUDY TO CONGREGATE MEAL ELDERS -- APPENDIX C FLYER ANNOUNCING THE STUDY TO HOME-BOUND ELDERS -- Figure -- Figure 1. Urban Ecological Model of Subjective Well-Being Among the Elderly -- Figure 2. Urban Ecological Interaction Model of Subjective Weil-Being Among the Elderly.

Figure 3. Hypothesized Effects of Suprapersonal Environment and Characteristics of Elder Vulnerability on Subjective Weil-Being -- Figure 4. Hypothesized Interaction Effects of Suprapersonal Environment and Characteristics of Elder Vulnerability on Subjective Weil-Being -- Figure 5 Statistically Significant Effects of Suprapersonal Environment and Elder Vulnerability Characteristics on Residential Satisfaction and Positive Affect -- Figure 6 Statistically Significant Effects of Suprapersonal Environment and Elder Vulnerability Characteristics on Residential Satisfaction and Negative Affect -- Tables -- Table 1 Actual Sampling Frame -- Table 2 Zero-order Correlation and Univariate Statistics -- Table 3 Regression Results for Direct and Interaction Effects on PA, NA, and Residential Satisfaction -- Table 4 Decomposition of Effects of Suprapersonal Environment and Elder Vulnerability Characteristics on Residential Satisfaction and PA and NA -- Table 5 Variable Frequencies According to Objective Neighborhood Poverty Type -- Table 6 Coding Scheme and Psychometric Properties -- Index.

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