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    Title: Generation Effect Via Parent’s Social Eonomic Status on Children’s Health and Health Behavior
    Authors: Ren-Shiun,Wang
    Contributors: Department of Healthcare Administration/Healthcare Division
    Keywords: parental socioeconomic status;health behavior;health status
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2010-11-05 16:31:24 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: Recent years in Taiwan, The improvement in medical technologies, nutrition and public environment have made the average living longer and longer. Most of the literature and more to explore the personal impact of health and health behavior of the relationship between, but the family is the emotional support and community of course the main source of its role in covering individual dispositions, values, body and mind of adaptation and others. Therefore, parents may indirectly affect the individual's health status and health behavior.
    Purpose of this study is to explore Taiwan among of older parent's social status to the next generation of health behavior. Analysis of data for "Taiwan in the living conditions of elderly long-term physical and psychological survey series of surveys tracking database" in 2003 the fifth panel data, and selected the 50-56 year old aged.
    The results showed that in health behaviors, socioeconomic status parents, the study will affect their chewing habits and exercise habits; to study the object itself, will affect the health behavior of smoking habits, drinking habits and betel nut habits. In health status, parental socioeconomic status affects the study of their self-rated health status, whether suffering from chronic, daily activities are restricted and the daily life is difficult; to study the object itself, will affect the health status of the self-rated health status whether the chronic disease, daily activities are restricted, whether the difficulties in the daily life.
    This study suggests that can be used for Longitudinal manner and Bureau of National Health Insurance database be combination, Analysis
    and evaluation, more effective evaluation and influencing the health of the elderly are the important factors, enable this database analysis more representative. Also recommends Government and related units from family actively promote health promotion, preventive health, health education, health promotion Scheme propaganda, Encourage the public in early and at a young age pay attention to every stage of health management process, and attention to health behaviors and related issues.
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