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【敬邀參與】107.04.24 (二) 13:10-15:00 醫學人文專題討論-信用卡債務如何侵入體內?-翁志遠副教授

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張貼人:黎慕依芭翁公告日期:2018-04-16
 
 1062-醫學人文專題討論系列講座

 

演講時間:107.04.24 () 13:10~15:00
演講地點:醫學綜合大樓後棟15樓 第一會議室

演講題目:信用卡債務如何侵入體內?

講師介紹:翁志遠副教授

翁志遠老師為輔仁大學社會學系副教授,研究興趣涉及健康不均、壓力過程、老化與生命歷程,以及量化方法。進行中的研究包括(1)債務的類型組合與成長軌跡所具有的健康意涵;(2)健康的省籍差異之跨時間趨勢;(3)青少年的肥胖、憂鬱和學業成就之關聯。

演講說明:講者首先將澄清對於「卡債族」之若干迷思,接著再回顧健康梯度與健康不均之相關文獻,並呈現利用「2007年台灣社會變遷基本調查計畫:第五期第三次(問卷一:階層組)」所得的分析結果,闡明債務如何得以獨立於傳統的社經地位指標之外,透過影響個人的心理福祉,而與生理失調產生顯著的關聯。最後則將討論「債務-健康」關聯性所具有的學術與政策意涵。

閱讀文章:

〈賠上身心健康的信用卡帳務:中介影響路徑之探查〉
聯絡:
醫文所 Rimuy  rimuy0911@tmu.edu.tw

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1062 Seminar in humanity in medicine

 

Date/Time: APR24 th, 2018; 13:10-15:00  p.m.

Place: Meeting room 1, the United Medical Building (Back Building), TMU

Title: How credit card debt gets under the skin

Speaker: Chih-Yuan Weng (Department of Sociology, Fu Jen University)

 Chih-Yuan Weng is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Fu Jen Catholic University, whose research interests pertain to health disparities, stress process, aging and life course, and quantitative methods. His projects in progress examine (1) health implications of configurations (combination of different types) and growth trajectories (change in magnitude) of household debt, (2) temporal trends of ethnic (Mainlander vs. Taiwanese) disparities in physical as well as mental health among adults in Taiwan, and (3) interrelationships between obesity, depression, and academic achievement among Taiwanese adolescents.

Abstract: The speaker will first clarify several myths about how and why people incur credit card debt. After reviewing some important literature in health gradient and health disparities, the speaker will present findings based on the data from “TSCS 2007 surveys: stratification division,” demonstrating how credit card debt, independent of traditional measures of SES, could be linked to physical dysfunction through increased psychological distress. Implications for future research and public policy are then discussed in detail.

Reading:

Physical and Psychological Toll of Credit Card Debt: An Investigation of the Mediating Pathway

Enquiry: Rimuy (02-2736-1661 ext. 2805); rimuy0911@tmu.edu.tw

 

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