Factors Classification for Disabled Population Life Expectancy in Capital City

Author: Tatiana I. Pak

Communicology. 2018. Vol.6. No.2
Tatiana Innokentievna Pak, postgraduate student of the department of sociology, history and philosophy, Financial University. Address: 125993, Moscow, Leningradsky av., 49. E-mail: tatianapak@yandex.ru.

Abstract. The paper considers the problems of life expectancy of disabled people in the capital city (Moscow).
The author analyzes the essence of the concept, scientific approaches and their features for the life expectancy study.
Considering the essence of the ‘factor’ concept, types of factors are systematized from the point of view of the sociological approach, their typology, measurement indicators. The author leads the specific data on the characteristics of a number of objective factors to create a certain social situation, habitat and living conditions of the disabled population. Within the structure of the disabled population the author studies two social groups: pensioners and people with disabilities. In spite of existing two groups of factors: objective and subjective, the main attention in this article is paid to the analysis and typology of objective factors. The author’s system of objective factors allows to analyze the impact of the existing conditions, which form subjective positions and views of the object of sociological research: people with disabilities in capital cities.

Keywords: life expectancy, disabled population, capital city, sociological approach, objective factor, subjective factor, gender structure

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For citation: Pak T.I. Factors Classification for of Disabled Population Life Expectancy in Capital City. Communicology (Russia). 2018. Vol. 6. No.2. P. 30-39. DOI 10.21453 / 2311-3065-2018-6-2-30-39.

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