How will our ageing population change our families and social trends?

How will our ageing population change our families and social trends?Demographic trends, changes in family economic well-being, and family structures Apr 22, 2015 Eileen Crimmins

How will our ageing population change our families and social trends?

How will our aging population change our families and social trends?

1. Journal Entry 1

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Secondly, How will our aging population change our families and social trends?

2. Journal Entry 2.

Firstly, Discuss effect of three landmark issues; The Defense of Marriage Act, United States v. Windsor (570 U.S. ___ 2013); and Obergefell v. Hodges

Secondly, Discuss the international legality of gay rights

3. Journal Entry
Using England’s research on “hooking up” discuss the advantages and disadvantages of hooking up.

Further, Discuss the effect of the sexual revolution of the 1960s.

Also, Discuss the benefits of marriage described in the text.

4. Journal Entry 4.
Answer and explain/discuss the four questions:

Firstly, How old are people today when they

Secondly,  How many babies are born to unmarried women?

 

How does the aging population affect society?

If the retirement age remains fixed, and the life expectancy increases, there will be relatively more people claiming pension benefits and fewer people working and paying income taxes. The fear is that it will require high tax rates on the current, shrinking workforce.
Further, What are the social economic and political implications of an aging population?
Economic implications. One key economic implication of an aging population is the strain on social insurance programs and pension systems. With a large increase in an aged people, many nations must raise their budget allocations for social security. The situation is also precarious for pensions.

How would an aged people impact health care?
Heart disease, stroke, and cancer have been the leading chronic conditions that have had the greatest impact on the aging population, especially in high-income countries. Lastly, Managing these chronic conditions, along with a patient’s level of disability, will increase the financial demands on our health care system.