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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Elderly Efforts in Improving Social Well-being: Qualitative Study in Surabaya

Author: PIPIT WILIYANARTI, HAMIDAH, HARI BASUKI NOTOBROTO
Abstract: The aging process would cause problems related to health, economic, and social aspects. The elderly's social well-being was a condition of elderly satisfaction with social aspects. Elderly social well-being in urban areas is still a problem that needs to be improved in order to increase their quality of life. Objectives: The research objective was to provide an overview of the efforts of the elderly in improving the social well-being and problems faced by in order to improve social well-being. the qualitative approach was performed to descriptive phenomena, and in-depth interviews wasapplied to collect the data. Participants in this study were 11 elderly, in the Rungkut District, Surabaya. Thematic wasimplied for data analysis. Results: The results obtained 6 themes which included (1) conducting social activities in the community (2) following the elderly community to exchange ideas (3) developing social life (4) the physical condition of the elderly who is disturbed or limited (5) the availability of an unsupportive environment (6) a positive elderly relationship with family, peers, and an environment that supports the elderly to work. Efforts to improve the social well-being of the elderly could be increased personally or in groups. This was inseparable from the individual, family and well-being policies of the government
Keyword: social, well-being, elderly, health, qualitative research.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.03.252
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