Aging, Globalization, and Inequality: The New Critical Gerontology
Baywood Pub., 2006 - Social Science - 291 pages
This is a major reassessment of work in the field of critical gerontolory, providing a comprehensive survey of issues by a team of contributors drawn form Europe and North America.
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DIMENSIONS OF CRITICAL GERONTOLOGY
Issues for Critical Gerontology
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Ageing and Society ageism agenda Alzheimer's disease American Psychiatric Association analysis anti-aging industry approach associated Baars Baltes Beck behavioral Bengtson biopsychiatry caregiving challenge chapter cognitive concept context course critical gerontology critical theory critique cultural cumulative advantage cumulative disadvantage Dannefer demographic dependency depression disability dominant DSM-IV-TR economic elderly empowerment ethnic experience feminist Feminist Economics functional age gender Giddens Gilleard Global North globalization healthcare human ideology impact income increasing individual institutions issues labor market lifestyle lives Medicare mental health migration modern neoliberal neomodernism old age organizations patriarchy pension funds pension-fund capitalism perspective Phillipson political economy population postmodern production programs public policy reflexive reflexive modernization relations relationships retirement risk risk society role social gerontology social policy Social Security sociology Springer Publishing structure theories of aging traditional transnational University Press values Walker welfare York