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Belén Bueno Martínez

José Buz

Ana Belén Navarro

Lara López-Martín

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Resumen

Se examinó la asociación entre equidad en el apoyo social y bienestar en personas mayores españolas (Rango 60-98, M = 74.04; DT = 7.75; N = 585). Se obtuvo información sobre variables sociodemográficas y de autonomía funcional, miembros activos de varias redes de apoyo, apoyo dado y recibido emocional e instrumental, y satisfacción vital. La equidad caracteriza la mayoría de los intercambios de apoyo de los mayores con sus redes familiares y sociales. Los intercambios recíprocos equitativos y ser proveedor activo en el intercambio, se relacionan positivamente con la satisfacción vital en la vejez. La naturaleza del apoyo emocional o instrumental modifica esos resultados. La teoría de la equidad obtiene más evidencia empírica que la teoría del intercambio social.

Keywords

Apoyo social, equidad, personas mayores, reciprocidad, satisfacción vitalaged, equity, life satisfaction, reciprocity, social support

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Bueno Martínez, B., Buz, J., Navarro, A. B., & López-Martín, L. (2017). Equidad en el apoyo social recíproco y satisfacción vital en personas mayores. Universitas Psychologica, 16(1). https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy16-1.easr
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