In the coming years, understanding senior citizens will be more important than it's ever been. Are you ready? AGING, THE INDIVIDUAL, AND SOCIETY introduces you to gerontology in a compassionate way that helps you understand them and know how to work with them. It's balanced between academic and practical discussions, and packed with study tools. That way, you'll ace the class and be ready for the future!
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Susan Hillier is a former Coordinator of the Gerontology program at Sonoma State University. She holds a Ph.D in human development from the University of California, Davis.Review:
Preface. 1. Aging in America. 2. Stereotypes and Images. 3. Theories in Adult Development. 4. Theories in Social Gerontology. 5. Friends, Family, and Community. 6. Intimacy and Sexuality. 7. Physical Health and Well-Being. 8. Work and Leisure. 9. Finances and Lifestyles. 10. Living Environments. 11. Mental Health. 12. The Oldest-Old and Caregiving. 13. Special Problems. 14. Ethnicity, Gender, and Culture. 15. Death and Dying. 16. Politics, Policies, and Programs.
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