Jewish aged in the United States and Israel: diversity, programs, and services

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Springer Pub. Co., Oct 1, 1994 - History - 274 pages
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Diverse Ethnic and National Origins
Sociodemographic and Socioeconomic

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About the author (1994)

Zev Harel, PhD, is Professor and former Chair of the Department of Social Work at Cleveland State University. He was the founding Director of the CSU Gerontological Studies Program. He has conducted research and written extensively on extreme stress and aging, ethnicity and aging, and vulnerable older populations. His latest co-edited books include: "An Adaptation and Coping: From the Holocaust to Vietnam"; "The Black Aged: Understanding Diversity and Service Need"; "The Vulnerable Aged: People, Services and Policies"; "The Jewish Aged in the U.S. and Israel"; and "Matching People and Services in Long-Term Care "(the last three with Springer Publishing Company). Dr. Harel has been serving in leadership roles with local, state, and national organizations in aging.

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