Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Russian and foreign experience of cultural and leisure activities of older citizens as a way of active longevity (review)

Year: 2023, volume 19 Issue: №1 Pages: 71-76
Heading: public health Article type: Review
Authors: Maksimenko L.V., Vitkovskaya E.D.
Organization: Medical Institute of the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia

Abstract. Objective: to analyze the impact of existing cultural and leisure activities in Russia and foreign countries on the lives of older people. 34 sources were used to write the review article, including scientific publications presented on the following Internet resources: eLibrary, Google Scholar, Cyberleninka, published in the period from 2012 to 2022. As a result of the review, it was concluded that there is a wide variety of active longevity programs around the world for the elderly, which help to maintain an active lifestyle, maintain mental and physical activity and be adapted to social life.

1. Ovcharova LN, Morozova MA, Sidorenko AV, et al. The concept of active longevity policy: scientific and methodological report. In: XXI April international scientific conference on the problems of economic and social development. Moscow, 2020; 40 p.
2. Kornilova MV. Implementation of the state program "Moscow longevity" as a way to minimize the risks of the elderly. Society: Sociology, Psychology, Pedagogy. 2020; (9): 25-30.
3. Kalmykova MA, Seliverstova Nl. Prospects for improving the quality of life of senior citizens of Russia. International Research Journal. 2016; 5-6 (47): 134-7.
4. Krivenkov АА, Kim ТК. Influence of different types of physical exercises on the motor activity of elderly people. Uchenye Zapiski Universiteta Imeni P. F. Lesgafta. 2021; 1 (191): 165-8.
5. Orlova NV, Spiryakina YG, Rud IM, et al. The program "Moscow longevity": the effectiveness of physical activity in the secondary prevention of arterial hypertension. Medical Alphabet. 2020; (21): 6-9.
6. Shkonda NV. The influence of participation in the project "Moscow longevity" on the cognitive sphere of older people. Bulletin of the Moscow Information Technology University — Moscow Institute of Architecture and Civil Engineering. 2018; (3): 87-91.
7. Popova LA, Zorina EN. The level of education and cognitive abilities of the population of the third age. Regional Economics: Theory and Practice. 2016; 8 (431): 164-75.
8. Khutorsky DD, Vladyko MV. Foreign language against Alzheimer's disease. In: Proceedings of the IX All-Russian Scientific and Practical Electronic Conference with International Participation, dedicated to the 80th anniversary of KSMU. Kursk, 2015; p. 430-2.
9. Lokteva NV. Creating conditions for realizing the creative needs of adults (on the example of classes in the framework of the Moscow Longevity Project). In: Materials of the Fifth Inter-university Scientific and Practical Conference, organized by the Institute of Culture and Arts of the Moscow City Pedagogical University. Moscow, 2020; p. 552-6.
10. Shalashova MM, Naibauer AV Silver University: yesterday, today, tomorrow. Collection of Works on the Problems of Additional Professional Education. 2021; (41): 43-52.
11. Rostovskaya ТК, Tolmachev DP On the implementation of active longevity projects at the regional level. In: The older generation of modern Russia: Materials of the International Scientific and Practical Conference. Nizhny Novgorod, 2021; p. 56-61.
12. Prokhorova LV. Elderly people and "silver" volunteering: real cases. Vestnik NSUEM. 2019; (3): 248-59.
13. Anisimova MA. Silver volunteers as a phenomenon of the volunteer movement. Bulletin of Modern Research. 2018; 3 (20): 327-9.
14. Kochalovskaya NA, GoncharukAR, Chausova LA. Japanese experience of active longevity. Actual problems of active longevity and quality of life of the elderly. In: Processing of the Second Regional Scientific and Practical Conference. Kaluga, 2020; p. 176-81.
15. Merkulova EV, Nonina TG, Kondrashova NG. Reasons of long life expectancy in Japan. Actual problems of active longevity and quality of life of the elderly. In: Processing of the Second Regional Scientific and Practical Conference, Kaluga, 2020; p. 196-201.
16. Tsybenova ZM. The policy of active aging in Russia. In: Social security and social protection in modern conditions: Materials of the International Scientific and Practical Conference. Ulan-Ude, 2018; p. 294-8.
17. Matsuda Т. The concept and history of social education in Japan. In: Proceedings of 13 International Conference "Lifelong Learning". Sankt-Petersburg, 2015; 1 (13); p. 53-6.
18. Green K, Sigurjonsson T, Skille EA. Sport in Scandinavia and the Nordic countries. In: Koski P, Lehtonen K, Vehmas H. Sports participation in Finland. 1aed. London, 2018; p. 40-62.
19. Fournier B, Lussier M, Bier N, et al. Benefits of a pole walking program offered by community organizations on physical fitness, psychological well-being, and cognitive function among older adults. J Aging PhysAct. 2019; 27 (5): 653-62.
20. Dai J, Menhas R. Sustainable development goals, sports and physical activity: the localization of health-related sustainable development goals through sports in China: A narrative review. Risk Manag Healthc Policy. 2020; (13): 1419-30.
21. Duan Y, Wagner P, Zhang R, et al. Physical activity areas in urban parks and their use by the elderly from two cities in China and Germany. Landscape and Urban Planning. 2018; (178): 261-9.
22. Yu P, Li W, Li H, et al. The efficacy and safety of health qigong for anti-aging: Protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis. Medicine. 2020; 99 (49): 1-6.
23. Taylor E, Taylor-Piliae RE. The effects of Tai Chi on physical and psychosocial function among persons with multiple sclerosis: A systematic review. Complement TherMed. 2017; (31): 100-8.
24. Yeung A, Campbell B, Chan JSM. The effects of Tai Chi and Qigong on anxiety and depression. In: Shapero B, Mischoulon D, Cusin C, (eds). The Massachusetts General Hospital Guide to Depression. Current Clinical Psychiatry. Humana Press, Cham., 2019; p. 211-22.
25. Riskowski JL, Almeheyawi R. Effects of Tai Chi and Qigong in children and adolescents. Adolescent Research Review. 2019; 4(1): 73-91. 26. Koberskaya NN. Alzheimer's disease. Neurology, Neuropsychiatry, Psychosomatics. 2019; 11 (35): 52-60.
27. Vellas F. The Francophone model of universities of the Third Age. The University of the Third Age and Active Ageing. 2019; (23): 19-30.
28. Zieliiiska-Wi^czkowska H, Muszalik M, K^dziora-Kornatowskab К The analysis of aging and elderly age quality in empirical research: Data based on University of the Third Age (U3A) students. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics. 2012; 55 (1): 195-9.
29. Spiryakina YG, RudAN, SuanovAN, etal. Effectiveness of the Moscow Longevity program. Physical culture, sport and health in modern society: problems and prospects of development. Collection of scientific articles of the All-Russian Scientific and Practical Conference. Kursk, 2022; p. 169-71.
30. Glukhova MF. City's project pitches for senior Muscovites active life. MMGU Herald. 2022; 56 (2): 6-22.
31. Wlliams I, Hattton-Yeo A. Ageing well in Wales: A national movement. Working with Older People. 2015; (19): 170-6.
32. Wang Q. Japanese social education and Kominkan practice: Focus on residents' self-learning in community. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education. 2019; (162): 73-84.
33. Le AH, Billett S. Lifelong learning and adult education in Japan. Australian Journal of Adult Learning. 2022; 62(1): 31-55.
34. Zhao B, Jiao V. Research on ways to integrate sports and medicine in order to implement the Healthy China Plan. In: Collection of articles of the XVII Russian-Chinese Sociological Conference, on the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Russian-Chinese Treaty on Good Neighborliness, Friendship and Cooperation. St. Petersburg, 2021; p. 33-45.

2023_01_71-76.pdf357.46 KB

No votes yet