Leisure and Aging: Ulyssean Living in Later Life
Sagamore Pub Llc, 1999 - Social Science - 250 pages
As baby boomers get older, there is a growing demand for leisure professionals to understand the aging process and its relationship to leisure. The authors introduce the reader to the correlation between leisure and the lifespan. This book is designed to help identify ways leisure can contribute to later life. It links the aging process and leisure to Ulyssean living by providing basic information about aging and the aging process, exploring leisure and its role in the aging process, and examining the environments where aging occurs.
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Theoretical Perspectives on Aging
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