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  1. Gay and Gray

    The Older Homosexual Man, Second Edition

    By John Dececco, Phd

    In the absence of accurate information, American culture has upheld a distorted view of what it means to be an older gay man. Gay and Gray is the first and only scholarly full-length treatment of older gay men in America today. It breaks the stereotype that older gay men are strange, lonely...

    Published December 21st 1995 by Routledge

  2. Housing Decisions for the Elderly

    To Move or Not to Move

    By Leon A Pastalan

    Because many elderly wish to age in place, they typically give little thought to the future of their housing options. Housing Decisions for the Elderly articulates the relevant issues regarding the diversity and complexity of housing decisions in terms of moving or not moving.To move or not to move...

    Published September 25th 1995 by Routledge

  3. Elder Abuse

    International and Cross-Cultural Perspectives

    By Jordan I Kosberg, Juanita L Garcia

    Here is an informative overview of the causes and consequences of elder abuse in countries around the world. This book delves into the global problem of elder abuse and identifies similarities and differences that occur from country to country. Elder Abuse: International and Cross-Cultural...

    Published July 12th 1995 by Routledge

  4. The Black Elderly

    Satisfaction and Quality of Later Life

    By Carlton Munson, Marguerite Coke, James A Twaite

    In The Black Elderly: Satisfaction and Quality of Later Life, authors Marguerite Coke and James Twaite present the results of an empirical study of factors that influence the well-being of older black Americans. Like all older individuals in industrial nations, elderly blacks are confronted with...

    Published May 31st 1995 by Routledge

  5. Aging Families and Use of Proverbs for Values Enrichment

    By Vera R Jackson

    Those providing services to older persons must develop intervention strategies that are relevant to their clients’life experiences. Aging Families and Use of Proverbs for Values Enrichment presents administrators, practitioners, educators, researchers, and students with intervention models...

    Published May 18th 1995 by Routledge

  6. Cultural Diversity and Geriatric Care

    Challenges to the Health Professions

    By Grace D Dawson, Darryl Wieland

    Learn how to manage effectively the concerns related to the aging of the multicultural population. As this population increases, health practitioners are dealing not only with more older patients, but also with greater diversity among older patients and their families. Socio-cultural factors such...

    Published January 31st 1995 by Routledge

  7. University-Linked Retirement Communities

    Student Visions of Eldercare

    By Leon A Pastalan, Benyamin Schwarz

    University-Linked Retirement Communities focuses on the special attributes of a retirement community designed as an integral part of a university. It discusses the theoretical and practical aspects of such a retirement community, which provides a rich and varied context for older people to be...

    Published August 24th 1994 by Routledge

  8. The Handbook of Residential Care

    By John Burton

    Designed as a practical guide, The Handbook of Residential Care presents a unique combination of real examples and case studies, analysis, guidance and reflective discussion. It brings together all areas of residential work and all levels of involvement in it, with an emphasis of direct personal...

    Published October 21st 1993 by Routledge

  9. Faces of Women and Aging

    By Ellen Cole, Esther D Rothblum, Nancy C Davis

    Discover the diverse ways aging women attempt to deal with the universal challenges of loss, sickness, and death along with the problems of being old women in a society that values women mainly as sexual partners or producers of children. Old women are often seen as poor, powerless, and pitiful in...

    Published July 26th 1993 by Routledge

  10. Aging in Chinese Society

    A Holistic Approach to the Experience of Aging in Taiwan and Singapore

    By Margaret B Jernigan, Homer L Jernigan

    This intriguing book details the impact of rapid cultural change on the elderly in two predominantly Chinese societies--Taiwan and Singapore. As Taiwan and Singapore become more urban and industrial, and large, extended families shrink and become more isolated, experiences of older family members...

    Published October 1st 1992 by Routledge