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Encyclopedia of Aging

Citation

Ekerdt, David J.; Applebaum, Robert; Holden, Karen C. A.; Post, Stephen G.; Rockwood, Kenneth; Schulz, Richard; Sprott, Richard L.; & Uhlenberg, Peter (2002). Encyclopedia of Aging. New York: Macmillan Reference USA.

Abstract

As our population ages, interest and scholarship in issues surrounding our later years have intensified. From the general to specific, the 400-plus well-referenced entries cover an impressive range of medical, psychological, sociological, public-policy,and biological subjects. There are good cross-references, along with bibliographies at the end of each article and a handy list of of articles grouped by topic areas. Whether you are looking for information on genetics, social theories of aging, mental health, or pensions and Social Security, this four-volume encyclopedia presents information to the general reader while serving as a good starting point for either the high-school or college researcher.

Reference Type

Edited Book

Author(s)

Ekerdt, David J.
Applebaum, Robert
Holden, Karen C. A.
Post, Stephen G.
Rockwood, Kenneth
Schulz, Richard
Sprott, Richard L.
Uhlenberg, Peter

Year Published

2002

Publisher

Macmillan Reference USA

City of Publication

New York

Reference ID

2464