GNL::Global Leadership Network 홈페이지에 오신걸 환영합니다. 리더십한림원


GLN::Global Leadership Network 홈페이지에 오신걸 환영합니다


total글수 11  
Journal of Aging, Humanities, and the Arts 조회수 : 166, 2017-12-14 21:40:45 수정 삭제

              Journal of Aging, Humanities, and the Arts

     Official Journal of the Gerontological Society of America


                          Published By: Routledge

                           Volume Number: 3

                           Frequency: 4

                           Print ISSN: 1932-5614

Roots of Elder Respect: Ideals and Practices in East Asia

Authors: Kyu-Taik Sung a; Ruth Dunkle b

Affiliations:  a Center for Filial Piety Culture Studies, Seoul, South Korea
                   b School of Social Work, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

Peoples of East Asia—Chinese, Japanese, Koreans, and others-have long-established cultural
approaches to showing respect to elders. Demographic and social changes, however, have
affected the ability of the young to meet traditional expectations. Family sizes are much smaller
than they once were, many young people live a distance from their parents, and a large number
of women—traditional caregivers-work outside the family. Moreover, expectations of the young
have been affected by their exposure to other cultures. In general, young people tend to prefer
reciprocal patterns of mutual respect between generations. However, the values deeply rooted in
their family systems and social structures are preserved even while the manifestation of these
values is being modified. Thus, cultural influence persists; only the way of expressing respect is
being modified.

Keywords: elder respect; filial piety; East Asian values; culture and aging; Confucian teachings
view references (53)  

댓글댓글 : 0 인쇄 추천 목록 답글 새글
글쓴이 : 비밀번호 :

Copyright 1999-2023 Zeroboard

제목 없음정경배 원장)

서울시 강남구 수서동 광평로 295 사이룩스 동관 1610호  
Copyright (C) 2010 LHGLN. All Rightss reserved