5 edition of Cultural Context of Aging found in the catalog.
by Bergin & Garvey
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||408|
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This volume uses the concept of culture to explore the param /5(18). The new edition of Sokolovsky's unique text explores a wide variety of cultural issues worldwide that impact aging issues, from perception and valuation of the elderly to homelessness, caregiving, assisted suicide, psychological support, and responses to those with dementia.
This third edition includes twenty-five new chapters as well as special student resources, data from the most recent. Collectively, these findings highlight the role of culture in shaping cross-national differences in health across adults aging in diverse sociopolitical contexts.
Variations in cultural, institutional, and social configurations Cultural Context of Aging book nations have the potential to have large impacts on differences in individual health and well-being (Mayer Cited by: The Cultural Context of Aging: Worldwide Perspectives by Jay Sokolovsky (Ed.); ; Westport, CT: Bergin & Carvey; pages.
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History, community context and the perception of old age in a rural Irish town / Jeanette Dickerson-Putman --Uncle Ed, super runner and the fry cook: old men on the street / Jay Sokolovsky and Carl Cohen --One thousand points of blight: old, female and homeless in New York City / Jay Sokolovsky --Between humans and ghosts: the decrepit elderly.
The Cultural Context of Aging Worldwide Perspectives, 4th Edition. by Jay Sokolovsky, Editor. The world population is aging rapidly.
Bythe number of people over age 60 will have reached 2 billion worldwide. The Cultural Context of Aging Worldwide Perspectives, 3rd Edition. by Jay Sokolovsky. This edition of the unique, award-winning text introduces 21st century developments and trends, and includes links to an interactive website operated by the author, featuring additional text and illustrations, along with retired chapters from earlier editions, as well as an instructors-only section to.
The Cultural Context of Aging: Worldwide Perspectives Third Edition Pdf, Download Ebookee Alternative Working Tips For A Best Ebook Reading Experience. OVERVIEW. This chapter is conceived as an introduction to the study of cross-cultural differences in ageing and old age.
As such it summarizes some of the major trends observed in the three areas of gerontological enquiry that focus on the study of culture and ethnicity's impact on the way in which ageing is experienced and understood: anthropo-gerontology, cross-cultural gerontology and ethno Cited by: 2.
Introduction: human maturity and global aging in cultural context / Jay Sokolovsky -- A global vision of aging, culture and context / Jay Sokolovsky -- Global perspectives on the demography of aging / Kevin Kinsella -- Complaint discourse, aging and caregiving among the Ju/'hoansi of Botswana / Harriet G.
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However, theoretical development about aging largely focuses on North American and Western European cultures. In this theoretical article, I attempt to extend socioemotional selectivity theory (Carstensen, ), a theory developed in the United States about age differences in goals, to account for the influence of cultural contexts on aging Cited by: The new edition (3rd) of the award winning book The Cultural Context of Aging: World-Wide Perspectives covers all these topics and more.
This unique volume uses a qualitative, case study approach to look at the rapidly emerging new cultural spaces and social scripts through which mid and late life are being encountered globally. (Culture and aging was coauthored with Anderson, but Clark further explicated the book’s central premises in her subsequent single-authored article, Clark,upon which our discussion is based.) The withdrawal or disengagement of the aged was framed as a cultural phenomenon, rather than an intrinsic and inevitable process.
These findings Cited by: “ The Cultural Context of Aging: Worldwide Perspectives, Third Edition ” provides a good representation of the kind of work being done in cross-cultural gerontology, and hence.
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