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Aging and Society: A Canadian Perspective. He has written several books including a general interest study in Canada entitled Successful Aging and several texts in the field of gerontology. Dr. Novak is currently Associate Vice-President and Dean of the College of International and Extended Studies at San Jose State University (SJSU). He has held this position since 1996.
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Aging and Society: A Canadian Perspectives. by Lori Campabell and Mark Novak. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780176562267.
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A sociological perspective on aging and dying, pp. 125–146 in Marshall, V. (E. Later life: The social psychology of aging. Aging in Canada: Social perspectives. Toronto: Fitzhenry & Whiteside. Psychological processes in the development of late-life social identity, pp. 60–81 in Marshall, V. Norris, J. & Rubin, K. (1984). Peer interaction and communication: A life-span perspective, pp. 355–391 in Bakes, P. & Brim, O. Jr, (ed. Life-span development and behavior. Vol. 6, Orlando, Florida: Academic Press. Recommend this journal
Aging: Canadian Perspectives. Barry D. McPherson The technological society is usually imaged by sophisticated robots, spaceships, and curative medical inventions.
Aging: Canadian Perspectives. This book is an expansion of a special issue published as Volume 28, no. 1 of Journal of Canadian Studies. We have added three original articles and we reprint another two, to provide greater depth and to broaden the coverage somewhat. The technological society is usually imaged by sophisticated robots, spaceships, and curative medical inventions. While high tech is part of technology and aging, low tech and rehabilitative or assistive devices are frequently the concern in gerontology.