4 edition of Aging: A Challenge to Science and Society Volume 2 found in the catalog.
November 19, 1981 by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
|Contributions||A. Svanborg (Editor), M. Marois (Editor), W.M. Beattie (Editor), J. Piotrowski (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||403|
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Aging: A Challenge to Science and Society. ‹ PREV ARTICLE; This Issue Physicians interested in gerontology encounter three phenomena in practically every new book on the subject.
First, biomedical investigators have gained at least one major insight into the process of senescence. Second, discrete age-related changes in the structure and. Aging, a challenge to science and society.
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Part 1 reviews developments in the field of age and the life course (ALC) studies and presents guidelines on conducting cohort analysis. Part 2 covers the demographic aspects of aging; longevity trends; disability and aging; and stratification and inequality research. "A bold critique of our anti-aging society and of the medical care seniors receive This book, part memoir, part critique and part prescription, encourages readers to help put an end to the anti-aging industry and its profiteers, to engage in Aging: A Challenge to Science and Society Volume 2 book self-care and to collectively ask the medical community to look at elderhood not as a disease."/5().
Aging: A Challenge to Science and Society. Volume I: by D. Danon, N. Shock and M. Marois. (Pp. ; illustrated; £) Oxford University Press. Ageing & Society promotes high-quality original research which is relevant to an international audience to encourage the exchange of ideas across the broad audience of multidisciplinary academics and practitioners working in the field of ageing.
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