Caring for the Elderly in Japan and the US
Practices and Policies
Edited by Susan Orpett Long
Routledge – 2000 – 376 pages
In an era of changing demographics and values, this volume provides a cross-national and interdisciplinary perspective on the question of who cares for and about the elderly. The contributors reflect on research studies, experimental programmes and personal experience in Japan and the United States to explicitly compare how policies, practices and interpretations of elder care are evolving at the turn of the century.