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A Cultural Framework of Care and Social Protection for Older People in India

Vanessa Burholt Orcid Logo, Rangasamy Maruthakutti, Carol Maddock

GeroPsych, Volume: 35, Issue: 2, Pages: 67 - 79

Swansea University Authors: Vanessa Burholt Orcid Logo, Carol Maddock

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This article applies a cultural political economy lens within a sustainable livelihood framework and examines how cultural norms and values as well as social protection amplify or attenuate livelihood shocks leading to care-home entry. We used framework analysis and higher-level interpretive analysi...

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