Crown Life, The: Dynamics Of the Early Post-Retirement Period Volume 26 2006: Annual Review Of Gerontology and Geriatrics.
Publication date: February 2003
Digital Book format: PDF (Adobe DRM)
As the population of retirees between the ages of 65 and 75 continues to grow, professionals, researchers, and educators in all areas of the health care and the business sectors will require more expertise on the latest trends to make better decisions and improve systems.
Contributed by nationally recognized experts, The Crown of Life: Dynamics of the Early Post-Retirement Period presents some of the most important and current decision-making research describing life between the ages of 65 and 75. Topics cover many aspects and social issues of retirement including:
- Functioning and Well-being
- Aging Black Americans
- Late Middle Age
- The Impact of Work
- Change and Stability
- Health and Religiousness
- Social Relations
- Leisure Activities
- Male Satisfaction
- Everyday Life
- Gay Lives
- Retirement Community Life
For anyone interested in the key issues and current trends of this growing population, editors Jacquelyn Boone James and Paul Wink provide one of the most important and current expert collections dedicated to the Crown of Life period.
About the Series...
Now celebrating its 26th year, this series of annual reviews, established by Carl Eisdorfer, is designed to encompass the broad spectrum of concerns in aging, including psychology, biology, medicine, sociology, and public policy. The goal is to present reviews of the highest quality and to address those important questions that are salient to all gerontologists.