A Study on the Relationship between Active Aging Learning and Well-being of Elderly People
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This study explores the relationship between active aging learning status and well-being of elderly people. Through two-stage sampling, 440 elderly people over 55 years of age were selected as subjects. Empirical data were collected using questionnaire surveys, descriptive statistics, univariate analysis, regression analysis, item analysis and factor analysis. The statistical analysis results show that the elderly is active in aging learning and well-being. In addition, a significant positive correlation was found between active aging learning and well-being in older people. Based on preliminary research, the researchers found that active aging learning has an effect on improving the happiness of the elderly, and made relevant suggestions for future research and teaching units.
Elderly people, Active aging learning, Happiness