Peace, Sheila M.; Wahl, Hans-Werner; Mollenkopf, Heidrun and Oswald, Frank
(2007). Environment and ageing.
In: Bond, John; Peace, Sheila M.; Dittman-Kohli, Freya and Westerhof, Gerben eds.
Ageing in Society, 3rd edition.
London: Sage, pp. 209–234.
About the book:
The Third Edition of this popular and widely-used text provides a comprehensive introduction to the study of ageing, exploring the key theories, concepts and methods which the behavioural and social sciences contribute to the subject.
Thoroughly revised and updated, Ageing in Society reflects new trends in gerontology, incorporating recent developments in theory and research as well as major international and interdisciplinary perspectives. A new chapter on cognitive ageing has been added and key themes, such as social protection, retirement, health and illness, and cultural images of old age are also critically examined.
Ageing in Society was developed by the British Society of Gerontology to fulfil the need for an authoritative introduction to social gerontology. As such, it is an ideal resource for students and lecturers in the social and behavioural sciences, as well as for students and practitioners in health and social care.
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