Household structures of elderly in the past: a case study of two Dutch communities in the periode 1920-1940

Research output: Book/ReportBookProfessional

Abstract

The continuing aging of the population sparked off a public discussion on the extent of state care of elderly people. A historical evaluation of the Dutch system of family care is an essential part in the above discussion, especially regarding options like self-aid and 'mantelzorg'. Using population registers, household stutters of elderly people in the periode 1920-1940 were reconstructed for two different regions in the Netherlands. The most important conclusion of this investigation is that the Dutch elderly were, in most cases, living independently, as head (or wife of the head) of the household in which they were residing.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationThe Hague
PublisherNetherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute
Number of pages50
Volume13
ISBN (Print)9070990237
Publication statusPublished - 1990

Publication series

NameNIDI Reports
PublisherNIDI
Volume13
ISSN (Print)0922-7210

Keywords

  • household structures
  • elderly people
  • history
  • family care
  • netherlands

Cite this

Bulder, E. (1990). Household structures of elderly in the past: a case study of two Dutch communities in the periode 1920-1940. (NIDI Reports; Vol. 13). The Hague: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute.
Bulder, Elles. / Household structures of elderly in the past : a case study of two Dutch communities in the periode 1920-1940. The Hague : Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, 1990. 50 p. (NIDI Reports).
@book{32c1eaecabf0405ca85c49e1c86110e9,
title = "Household structures of elderly in the past: a case study of two Dutch communities in the periode 1920-1940",
abstract = "The continuing aging of the population sparked off a public discussion on the extent of state care of elderly people. A historical evaluation of the Dutch system of family care is an essential part in the above discussion, especially regarding options like self-aid and 'mantelzorg'. Using population registers, household stutters of elderly people in the periode 1920-1940 were reconstructed for two different regions in the Netherlands. The most important conclusion of this investigation is that the Dutch elderly were, in most cases, living independently, as head (or wife of the head) of the household in which they were residing.",
keywords = "household structures, elderly people, history, family care, netherlands, huishoudens, ouderen, geschiedenis, nederland",
author = "Elles Bulder",
year = "1990",
language = "English",
isbn = "9070990237",
volume = "13",
series = "NIDI Reports",
publisher = "Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute",
address = "Netherlands",

}

Bulder, E 1990, Household structures of elderly in the past: a case study of two Dutch communities in the periode 1920-1940. NIDI Reports, vol. 13, vol. 13, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, The Hague.

Household structures of elderly in the past : a case study of two Dutch communities in the periode 1920-1940. / Bulder, Elles.

The Hague : Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, 1990. 50 p. (NIDI Reports; Vol. 13).

Research output: Book/ReportBookProfessional

TY - BOOK

T1 - Household structures of elderly in the past

T2 - a case study of two Dutch communities in the periode 1920-1940

AU - Bulder, Elles

PY - 1990

Y1 - 1990

N2 - The continuing aging of the population sparked off a public discussion on the extent of state care of elderly people. A historical evaluation of the Dutch system of family care is an essential part in the above discussion, especially regarding options like self-aid and 'mantelzorg'. Using population registers, household stutters of elderly people in the periode 1920-1940 were reconstructed for two different regions in the Netherlands. The most important conclusion of this investigation is that the Dutch elderly were, in most cases, living independently, as head (or wife of the head) of the household in which they were residing.

AB - The continuing aging of the population sparked off a public discussion on the extent of state care of elderly people. A historical evaluation of the Dutch system of family care is an essential part in the above discussion, especially regarding options like self-aid and 'mantelzorg'. Using population registers, household stutters of elderly people in the periode 1920-1940 were reconstructed for two different regions in the Netherlands. The most important conclusion of this investigation is that the Dutch elderly were, in most cases, living independently, as head (or wife of the head) of the household in which they were residing.

KW - household structures

KW - elderly people

KW - history

KW - family care

KW - netherlands

KW - huishoudens

KW - ouderen

KW - geschiedenis

KW - nederland

M3 - Book

SN - 9070990237

VL - 13

T3 - NIDI Reports

BT - Household structures of elderly in the past

PB - Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute

CY - The Hague

ER -

Bulder E. Household structures of elderly in the past: a case study of two Dutch communities in the periode 1920-1940. The Hague: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, 1990. 50 p. (NIDI Reports).