Aging Parents, Ambivalent Baby Boomers: A Critical Approach to Gerontology
Bringing critical theory to bear on questions of gerontology, Maugans corrects gerontology's traditional leanings. Aging Parents, Ambivalent Baby Boomers includes reflections on the society rather than just the individual and looks at qualitative as well as quantitative methods.
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