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    Elderly Japanese People Living in Small Towns Reflect on End-Of-Life Issues
    with S. Okuno, A. Tagaya, and A. J. Davis
    Nursing Ethics 6 (4): 308-315. 1999.
    This article, reporting on selected data from a larger study, discusses some responses to end-of-life questions that elderly Japanese people who were living in small towns gave in a questionnaire survey. Japan is now the country with the largest number of elderly people in the world and confronts numerous social and economic questions concerning how best to cope with its older population. Although it is a highly urbanized society, Japan also has large semirural areas. The focus here is on the qu…Read more
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    Elderly Japanese People Living in Small Towns Reflect on End-of-Life Issues
    with S. Okuno, A. Tagaya, and A. J. Davis
    Nursing Ethics 6 (4): 308-315. 1999.
    This article, reporting on selected data from a larger study, discusses some responses to end-of-life questions that elderly Japanese people who were living in small towns gave in a questionnaire survey. Japan is now the country with the largest number of elderly people in the world and confronts numerous social and economic questions concerning how best to cope with its older population. Although it is a highly urbanized society, Japan also has large semirural areas. The focus here is on the qu…Read more