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Thai mother and son

Examining the lives and well-being of older persons in Thailand

6/19/2013 feature story

John Knodel reports on the changing circumstances of Thailand's elderly population, drawing his findings from a national survey, policy and program reforms, and other data collections. He looks at living arrangements and intergenerational support, income sources and material well-being, and health.

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