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Advancing aging policy as the 21st century begins

Author: Francis G Caro; Robert Morris; Jill R Norton
Publisher: New York : Haworth Press, ©2000.
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Advancing aging policy as the 21st century begins.
New York : Haworth Press, c2000
(OCoLC)606542133
Online version:
Advancing aging policy as the 21st century begins.
New York : Haworth Press, c2000
(OCoLC)607869258
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Francis G Caro; Robert Morris; Jill R Norton
ISBN: 0789010321 9780789010322 078901033X 9780789010339
OCLC Number: 44518048
Notes: "Advancing aging policy as the 21st century begins has been co-published simultaneously as Journal of aging & social policy, volume 11, numbers 2/3 2000."
Description: 219 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Advancing aging policy as the 21st century begins --
Emergence of the Third Age: toward a productive aging society --
The politics of near-term action to deal with the aging of the baby boom --
Towards a society for all ages --
The elderly's future stake in voluntary associations --
Gradual retirement in Europe --
Increasing life expectancy, retirement age, and pension reform in the German context --
"The Full Monty" and life-long learning in the 21st century --
An aging workforce in an increasingly global world --Continuing care retirement communities and efficiency in the financing of long-term care --
A special consumer cooperative association nursing home --
The chronic care paradox --
Who will care for Mother tomorrow? --
Uneasy allies: nursing home regulators and consumer advocates --
The future of physician-assisted suicide --
Dying and social policy in the new millennium --
The continuing gender gap in later life economic security --
The elderly and prison policy --
Policy development and the older Latino population in the 21st century --
Time not yet money: the politics and promise of the Family Medical Leave Act --
How will we get there from here? Placing transportation on the aging policy agenda.
Other Titles: Journal of aging & social policy.
Responsibility: Francis G. Caro, Robert Morris, Jill R. Norton, editors.
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