Men Giving Care Reflections of Husbands and Sons
By Len Sperry, Harry Prosen
December 31, 2023
Covering a wide range of topics, this collection of original essays deals with the consequences and challenges of our growing aging population on society. It emphasizes aging as a developmental process while addressing the future of the practice of geropsychiatry and geriatric psychotherapy. This ...
By Leslie B. Alexander, Lenard W. Kaye
January 27, 1997
Based on interviews and case records, this study of low-income older persons who hold part-time jobs fills an important gap in research about the work experiences of this segment of our population. Although part-time work for the elderly persons studied has both negative and positive consequences, ...
By Paul K. Kim
September 06, 1995
This series attempts to address the topic of aging from a wide variety of perspectives and to make available some of the best gerontological thought and writings to researchers, professional practitioners, and students in the field of aging as well as in other related areas.This volume is an ...
By Heidi Ehernberger Hamilton
April 24, 2016
This volume explores physiological and psychological changes in speech among the elderly, drawing on 20 years of research on the physical and emotional aspects of language and communication. Index....
By Karen Ann Conner
October 19, 2000
"Continuing to Care?" describes the challenges of an aging America and changing family system. Caregiving has always been a primary obligation of the family based on an informal intergenerational contract that specifies "who owes what to whom." This system of intergenerational reciprocity has been ...