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26 9296-136

Leisure Activities and Life Satisfaction Among


Taiwanese Elderly
*
*

Chao-Nan Chen

1989 1993

1
23
4
10%
30%~40%
50%~
60% 40%

1
2
*

Research Fellow, Institute of Economics, Academia Sinica

97

98

Abs tract
This study uses the survey data of Health and Living Status of the
Elderly in Taiwan, which were jointly collected by Taiwan Provincial
Family Planning Institute and the University of Michigan in 1989 and
1993, to examine the relationship between leisure activities and life
satisfaction among Taiwanese elderly. Here, leisure activities include the
participation of informal organizations, travel activities, and other leisure
activities. The focus of this examination are fourfold: (1) participation
rates of various leisure activities, (2) the applicability of various theories
on leisure activities, (3) determinants of leisure activities, and (4) the
relationship between leisure activities and life satisfaction.
The analytical results show that the participation rates of informal
organization for Taiwanese elderly are relatively low, around 10%, while
the rates for travel activities are around 30%-40%. The participation
rates for leisure activities vary a lot. Watching TV is almost a unanimous
leisure activity for the elderly. The rates for visiting friends and playing
with grandchildren are between 50% and 60%; and about 40% for
worshiping god or meditation. In brief, the leisure activities for
Taiwanese elderly are mostly traditional and static.
The foci of theoretical discussion include: (1) the relationship
between activities and role, (2) changes in activities, and (3) the relationship between leisure activities and life satisfaction. The participation of
informal organization is more closely related to role than other actives. It
has been observed that although the index of informal organization
participation remains unchanged for the majority of Taiwanese elderly,
there are substantial proportions of the elderly whose index increased or
decreased. It is also observed that the increase of informal organization
participation has a positive function on life satisfaction. We thus are

inclined to conclude that the theory of activity or continuity is the best


choice for the case of Taiwan. On the other hand, participation in other
leisure activities is unrelated to role. The proportions increased or
decreased are greater than those without change. They, however, are
positively related to life satisfaction. It seems that the theory of activity
is more applicable to other leisure activities. Finally, travel activities are
not related to ones identity either. About half of them had changed their
participation rate, and the changes have a negative function on life
satisfaction. On the contrary, the index of traveling is positively related
to life satisfaction. It seems that none of the theories mentioned in this
paper is able to explain the results fully.
Key Words: leisure activities, life satisfaction, elderly, continuity

99

100

1960

disengagement theoryCumming and Henry,1961identity


crisis theory(Miller, 1965)activity theoryHavighust,
1963continuity theory
Atchley, 1971, 1987, 1989

1993 1973 50
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5.3% 13 1993
149 7.1%
7.0%2002 2051
651 29.8%

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1960 Cumming Cumming et al., 1960


Sociometry

101

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oldCumming and Henry, 1961

Cumming
and Henry, 1961, pp 14-15

Talcott Parsons

universality

102

inevitability
Brehur, 1968;
Kutner, 1962; Maddox, 1964
Rose and Petersen, 1965
Havighurst, 1961; Kleemeier, 1964

Neugarten,
1964Williams and Wirths,
1965

Reman and Taietz, 1967

Tallmer and Kutner, 1969

Miller, 1965
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7.
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Miller

103

Havighurst, 1961

Atchely, 1971
Atchley general theory

Atchley1989
normal aging

104

Atchley1989

Atchley, 1971, 1982

role loss
Tallmer and Kutner, 1969
Hochschild1975
(1)

deviant
Blau, 1961
Cumming Henery

Liberman and Coplan, 1970

105

(2)

(3)

activity

1
23
Atchley, 1987

25%

106

Cutler, 1976
Cutler1977

Glenn and
Grimes, 1968

Gordon, 1976
1990

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7.4% 5.5%

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12,000-15,000
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20,000 +

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resolution
fortitudecongruenceself-concept
mood tone
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Larson, 1978
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2.14
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0.90
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