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Lianzela Vanlalchhawna (Ed.)

Published by Akansha Publishing House (2007)

ISBN 10: 8183701027 ISBN 13: 9788183701020

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Item Description: Akansha Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. The Ageing of the Population which first took place in the developed Countries has now become a worldwide phenomenon. India is also no exception to this phenomenon. The ageing of the Indian population, which started since 1960, has accelerated after 1971. The book, a collection of seminar papers, presents a broad overview of the magnitude of the problems of elderly persons in Mizo society. The Book focuses on various dimensions related with the ageing of the population of the State - the demographic profile of the elderly population in Mizoram, the changing roles and status of elderly persons in Mizo society, the role and activities of senior citizens organisation, health conditions and health-care interventions available with the elderly, social security systems provided by the state and the scope of gerontological social work intervention across Institutional and non-institutitional settings. The book stresses that, since the process of ageing is a Biologically inevitable phenomenon, Society needs to have a fresh look as to how the elderly persons should be looked after. Author Information Lianzela, currently Professor and Head, Department of Economics, Mizoram University, has a distinguished career throughout his academic life. He was awarded a Gold medal for standing first in M.A. Economics at Gauhati University in 1975. He has, to his credit, three books written in English : Economic Development of Mizoram (1994), Four Decades of Planning in Mizoram (1995) and Economy of Mizoram (1998). He has also written some books in Mizo. He has been a member of Mizoram State Planning Board, State Resource Mobilisation and Tax Enquiry Committee, Mizoram Land Reforms Committee etc. He is a sitting member of State Library Planning Committee. Vanlalchhawna is Reader, Department of Economics, Mizoram University. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in Economics from NEHU in 1999. He is a life member, North Eastern Economic Association and founder-secretary Mizoram Economic Association. He has written one book in English and two books in Mizo. He has his research papers published in reputed national journals and edited volume Table of Contents 1. Magnitude and Growth of Elderly Population in Mizoram/Vanlalchhawna 2. Social and Economic Status of Elderly Persons in Mizoram/Thangchungnunga 3. Ageing Gracefully : Role and Activities of Mizoram Upa Pawl/Thanseia 4. Health Conditions and Access to Health Care Services by Elderly Persons in Mizoram/Dr. Jane R. Ralte 5. Social and Economic Security Programme for Elderly Persons in Mizoram : Role of State Government/Lalbiakkimi 6. Social Work Intervention with the Elderly/Kalpana Desai and Lalmuanpuii Printed Pages: 129. Bookseller Inventory # 62857

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Lianzela Vanlalchhawna (Ed.)

Published by Akansha Publishing House (2007)

ISBN 10: 8183701027 ISBN 13: 9788183701020

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Item Description: Akansha Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. The Ageing of the Population which first took place in the developed Countries has now become a worldwide phenomenon. India is also no exception to this phenomenon. The ageing of the Indian population, which started since 1960, has accelerated after 1971. The book, a collection of seminar papers, presents a broad overview of the magnitude of the problems of elderly persons in Mizo society. The Book focuses on various dimensions related with the ageing of the population of the State - the demographic profile of the elderly population in Mizoram, the changing roles and status of elderly persons in Mizo society, the role and activities of senior citizens organisation, health conditions and health-care interventions available with the elderly, social security systems provided by the state and the scope of gerontological social work intervention across Institutional and non-institutitional settings. The book stresses that, since the process of ageing is a Biologically inevitable phenomenon, Society needs to have a fresh look as to how the elderly persons should be looked after. Author Information Lianzela, currently Professor and Head, Department of Economics, Mizoram University, has a distinguished career throughout his academic life. He was awarded a Gold medal for standing first in M.A. Economics at Gauhati University in 1975. He has, to his credit, three books written in English : Economic Development of Mizoram (1994), Four Decades of Planning in Mizoram (1995) and Economy of Mizoram (1998). He has also written some books in Mizo. He has been a member of Mizoram State Planning Board, State Resource Mobilisation and Tax Enquiry Committee, Mizoram Land Reforms Committee etc. He is a sitting member of State Library Planning Committee. Vanlalchhawna is Reader, Department of Economics, Mizoram University. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in Economics from NEHU in 1999. He is a life member, North Eastern Economic Association and founder-secretary Mizoram Economic Association. He has written one book in English and two books in Mizo. He has his research papers published in reputed national journals and edited volume Table of Contents 1. Magnitude and Growth of Elderly Population in Mizoram/Vanlalchhawna 2. Social and Economic Status of Elderly Persons in Mizoram/Thangchungnunga 3. Ageing Gracefully : Role and Activities of Mizoram Upa Pawl/Thanseia 4. Health Conditions and Access to Health Care Services by Elderly Persons in Mizoram/Dr. Jane R. Ralte 5. Social and Economic Security Programme for Elderly Persons in Mizoram : Role of State Government/Lalbiakkimi 6. Social Work Intervention with the Elderly/Kalpana Desai and Lalmuanpuii Printed Pages: 129. Bookseller Inventory # 62857

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Lianzela and Vanlalchhawna

Published by Akansha, New Delhi (2007)

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Item Description: Akansha, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. List of contributors. Introduction. Keynote address. 1. Magnitude and growth of elderly population in Mizoram/Vanlalchhawna. 2. Social and economic status of elderly persons in Mizoram/Thangchungnunga. 3. Ageing gracefully role and activities of Mizoram Upa Pawl/Thanseia. 4. Health conditions and access to health care services by elderly persons in Mizoram/Jane R. Ralte. 5. Social and economic security programme for elderly persons in Mizoram role of state government/Lalbiakkimi. 6. Social work intervention with the elderly/Kalpana Desai and Lalmuanpuii. Annexures 1. Rapporteurs Report/Lalhriatpuii and James L.T. Thanga. 2. State policy for older persons in Mizoram. Bibliography. Index. The ageing of the population which first took place in the developed countries has now become a worldwide phenomenon. India is also no exception to this phenomenon. The ageing of the Indian population which started since 1960 has accelerated after 1971. The book is a collection of seminar papers presents a broad overview of the magnitude of the problems of elderly persons in Mizo society. The book focuses on various dimensions related with the ageing of the population of the state the demographic profile of the elderly population in Mizoram the changing roles and status of elderly persons in Mizo society the role and activities of senior citizens organisation health conditions and health care interventions available with the elderly social security systems provided by the state and the scope of gerontological social work intervention across institutional and non institutional settings. The book stresses that since the process of ageing is a biologically inevitable phenomenon society needs to have a fresh look as to how the elderly persons should be looked after. 120 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 65005

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