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Housing Directions for the elderly will go through possibly major changes in the 1980s, as Congress and the Administration grapple with the costs of construction and the degree to which the housing industry should be subsidized by the Federal Government. While great strides have been made in...
The growth of the elderly population is occurring at a much faster rate in suburban areas than in central cities. Using Annual Housing Survey data from both national and individiual SMSA surveys, the authors examine patterns of elderly residential location in forty-four suburban areas. A strong...
Older individuals generally report a high level of housing satisfaction with their current homes and seldom wish to move, yet most objective measures of the physical quality of their housing suggest that their residential situation is often far from desirable or adequate. The purpose of the...
This research examined racial differences in well-being among aged and disabled public housing residents. Predictors of interest to this research included health and functional status, income and income adequacy, social integration, and residential preference and perception of environmental...
This study examines the degree to which resources influence the extent of social and physical environments and also whether extensiveness of social and physical environments condition the relationship between preceived residential suitability and life satisfaction. Data were collected from a...
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