Growing Older in America Robert J. Riekse

ISBN: 9780070527423

Published: February 1st 1996

Hardcover

548 pages


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Growing Older in America  by  Robert J. Riekse

Growing Older in America by Robert J. Riekse
February 1st 1996 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 548 pages | ISBN: 9780070527423 | 3.55 Mb

Comprehensive, yet highly readable, Growing Older in Contemporary America will appeal to students in both two-and-four-year colleges and universities. By combining a sound academic approach with numerous applications, the text meets the needs ofMoreComprehensive, yet highly readable, Growing Older in Contemporary America will appeal to students in both two-and-four-year colleges and universities.

By combining a sound academic approach with numerous applications, the text meets the needs of those who work with older people and also those who simply want to know more about growing older and its personal and social implications.The book is multi-disciplinary in its scope and appeal. It acquaints readers with the implications of an aging population- the theories of aging- the physical, social, psychological, and economic realities of growing older- the impact of housing options- the support systems available- and the public policy issues of aging that affect young and old alike.

Each of the 22 relatively short chapters addresses the issues at hand, using extensive research in a simplified, applied manner.



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