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eBook Families and Aging: A Selected, Annotated Bibliography (Bibliographies and Indexes in Gerontology) ePub

by Jean M. Coyle

  • ISBN: 0313272115
  • Category: Writing Research and Publishing Guides
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Jean M. Coyle
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Greenwood; Annotated edition edition (December 11, 1991)
  • Pages: 240
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Men and Aging A Selected Annotated Bibliography Bibliographies and Indexes in Gerontology.

Men and Aging A Selected Annotated Bibliography Bibliographies and Indexes in Gerontology.

Jean Coyle has selected and annotated nearly 800 books, articles, films, dissertations, Families have become . Gerontologists, social workers, and all those interested in families and aging will find this guide an indispensable source of information.

Jean Coyle has selected and annotated nearly 800 books, articles, films, dissertations, Families have become an increasingly important source of support for the elderly, and gerontologists are directing more and more attention to older adults and their families. Jean Coyle has selected and annotated nearly 800 books, articles, films, dissertations, and government documents.

Bibliographies and Indexes in Gerontology. Kirja 32. Edward H. Thompson1. Tietoja kirjoittajasta. THOMPSON, J. is Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Holy Cross College in Worcester, Mass.

This annotated compilation of 481 books, journal articles, dissertations, and documents is organized into . Aging and the Family.

This annotated compilation of 481 books, journal articles, dissertations, and documents is organized into nine topical chapters and various subsections dealing with the normative experiences of aging, persons with impairments, needs and services, special situations, counseling and counselors, ethics, practica and internships, and pharmacology. Author and subject indexes make the guide easy for academic and professional use in the fields of gerontology, psychology, and adult education. 15. Older Persons with Impairments.

Jean Coyle has selected and annotated nearly 800 books, articles, films, dissertations, and government documents. The detailed annotations summarize and evaluate the significance and usefulness of each item, and the comprehensive author and subject indexes make this volume a valuable reference tool. This is followed by eleven chapters, that address such topics as widowhood, intergenerational relationships, family caregiving, and the role of older adults in ethnic and minority families.

Homosexuality: An Annotated Bibliography.

A selected bibliography of publications, especially those involving the. original project sites and collaboration between member sites, is included. Select Bibliography 1956–1957. January 1957 · Traditio. As in the Select Bibliography for 1955–1956 we have sought to list primarily those publications which contain new information about canonists or canonistic sources or which print substantial quotations from unpublished manuscripts

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Families have become an increasingly important source of support for the elderly, and gerontologists are directing more and more attention to older adults and their families. This bibliography reviews the most significant works on families and aging published within the past ten years. Jean Coyle has selected and annotated nearly 800 books, articles, films, dissertations, and government documents. The detailed annotations summarize and evaluate the significance and usefulness of each item, and the comprehensive author and subject indexes make this volume a valuable reference tool.

A thoughtful introduction surveys the most noteworthy research on families and aging done in the last decade. This is followed by eleven chapters, that address such topics as widowhood, intergenerational relationships, family caregiving, and the role of older adults in ethnic and minority families. Gerontologists, social workers, and all those interested in families and aging will find this guide an indispensable source of information.