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Active ageingVoluntary work by older people in Europe$

Andrea Principi, Per H. Jensen, and Giovanni Lamura

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9781447307204

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: January 2015

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447307204.001.0001

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(p.v) List of Tables and Figures

(p.v) List of Tables and Figures

Source:
Active ageing
Publisher:
Policy Press

Tables

  1. 2.1 Structuring mechanisms behind the extent and character of voluntary work among older adults 23

  2. 3.1 Population volunteering in an organisation in the last 12 months, 1999-2010 (%) 52

  3. 3.2 Number of volunteers by main sector of activity, 1995-2003 54

  4. 3.3 Activity in voluntary organisations at least once a year, 2010 55

  5. 3.4 Number of volunteers by main sector of activity and age group, 2003 56

  6. 4.1 Proportions of the Danish population performing voluntary work during 2004, by sector and gender (%) 76

  7. 4.2 Voluntary work by sector and age (%) 77

  8. 4.3 Motives reported for volunteering, according to age and gender, 2002 (%) 79

  9. 4.4 Factors that initiated older adults volunteering, 2004 (%) 85

  10. 5.1 Share of population participating in volunteering (%) 98

  11. 5.2 Top three areas of voluntary activity (by number oF volunteers) provided by the German population, 2004 99

  12. 5.3 Main areas of voluntary activity of older Germans, 2004 101

  13. 5.4 Gender-specific rates of voluntary activity, 2002 (%) 102

  14. 6.1 Types of organisation helped through regular formal volunteering in the 12 months before interview, by age group and gender, England, 2009-10 (%) 126

  15. 6.2 Types of formal volunteering activities undertaken by regular formal volunteers in the 12 months before interview, by age group, England, 2010-11 (%) 127

  16. 7.1 Volunteering rate by age group, volunteering frequency and sector, 2002 157

  17. 7.2 Number of hours per year of voluntary work, 2002 158

  18. 8.1 Proportion of volunteers by level of education, age and work status 181

  19. 8.2 Voluntary activity of seniors in Poland by data sources 183

  20. 9.1 Share of the Swedish population volunteering in 1992, 1998, 2005 and 2009, by age and gender (%) 203

  21. 9.2 Share of Swedish population volunteering in 2005, by sector (%) 204 (p.vi)

  22. 9.3 Share of Swedish population volunteering in 2005, by age and primary area of activity (%) 205

  23. 10.1 Participation of the Dutch population in volunteer activities (%) 224

  24. 10.2 Participants in voluntary work (n, x1,000) and their number of hours (H) spent per week on volunteering in different sectors, by gender and age, 2009 226

  25. 10.3 Share of the Dutch population, 15-65 years old, participating in voluntary work, by education, main activity, family type and degree of urbanisation, 2009 (%) 229

  26. 10.4 Share of volunteers who always enjoys their voluntary work (%) 232

  27. 11.1 Description of the investigated voluntary organisations 247

  28. 11.2 Characteristics of the voluntary organisations under study (n) 260

  29. 14.1 Characteristics of welfare regimes included in the study 319

  30. 14.2 Volunteering in older age in different European welfare mixes 322

  31. 14.3 Individual cultural orientations and size of volunteering by older people in different European welfare regimes 326

  32. 14.4 The impact of policies on volunteering in older age in different European welfare regimes 334

  33. 14.5 Main areas of policy challenges for volunteering in older age in Europe 338