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Ageing, meaning and social structure

Connecting critical and humanistic gerontology

Ageing, meaning and social structure by Jan Baars
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Ageing, meaning and social structure is a unique book advancing critical discourse in gerontology and makes a major contribution to understanding key social and ethical dilemmas facing ageing societies. It confronts and integrates approaches that have been relatively isolated from each other, and interrelates two major streams of thought within critical gerontology: analyses of structural issues in the context of political economy and humanistic perspectives on issues of existential meaning. The chapters, from a wide range of contributors, focus on major issues in ageing such as autonomy, agency, frailty, lifestyle, social isolation, dementia and professional challenges in social work and participatory research. This volume should be valuable reading for scholars and graduate students in gerontology and humanistic studies, as well as for policy makers and practitioners working in the field of ageing.
Policy Press; April 2013
215 pages; ISBN 9781447300915
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Title: Ageing, meaning and social structure
Author: Jan Baars; Joseph Dohmen; Amanda Grenier