This two-volume set provides undergraduate and graduate students, scholars, professionals, and policymakers with an overview of the field of aging that examines the social landscape as well as key changes, challenges, and solutions.
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1: Demographic Perspectives on Global Population Aging.
2: Theories of Aging and Social Gerontology: Explaining How Social Factors Influence Well-Being in Later Life.
3: Ageism: Stereotypes, Causes, Effects, and Countermovements.
4: The U.S. Old-Age Welfare State: Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Medicare, and Medicaid.
5: Gender, Race, and Ethnicity and the Life Course.
6: Poverty, Income, and Wealth across the Life Course.
7: Work and Retirement.
8: Veterans and the Life Course.
9: Immigration, Life Course, and Aging.
10: Marital Status and Living Arrangements Over the Life Course.
11: Grandparenthood: A Developmental Perspective.
12: The Transformation of Aging Politics and Policy in the United States.