[The aging of the Uruguayan population in the past 30 years: from "normal" aging to "perverse" aging]

Cuad CLAEH. 1987 Dec;12(43):7-26.
[Article in Spanish]

Abstract

PIP: Trends in aging in Uruguay over the past 30 years are analyzed, with a focus on the impact of economic, social, and political factors. The extent to which declining birth rates and increased immigration have contributed to the extensive changes in age distribution is considered. Regional and sex differentials are noted, and possible means of supporting an increasingly aging population are suggested. Data are from the censuses of 1963, 1975, and 1985.

MeSH terms

  • Adult
  • Age Distribution*
  • Age Factors
  • Aged*
  • Americas
  • Birth Rate*
  • Demography*
  • Dependency, Psychological*
  • Developed Countries
  • Developing Countries
  • Economics*
  • Fertility*
  • Geography*
  • Latin America
  • Old Age Assistance*
  • Politics*
  • Population
  • Population Characteristics
  • Population Dynamics*
  • Quality of Life*
  • Sex Factors*
  • Social Change*
  • Social Welfare
  • Socioeconomic Factors*
  • South America
  • Urban Population
  • Urbanization*
  • Uruguay