This handbook discusses how the various approaches to aging theory can be integrated to create a unified theoretical aging discourse. The chapters in this volume are commissioned from scholars whose research in aging has achieved international recognition, and who are concerned with the advancement of cross-disciplinary theorizing in the field.Chapters include: Dynamic Integration Theory: Emotion, Cognition, and Equilibrium in Later LifeCognitive Control Theory of Aging and Emotional Well-BeingTheorizing Feminist Gerontology, Sexuality and BeyondFrom Industrialism to Institutionalism: Theoretical Accounts of Aging
This handbook includes a remarkable array of contributions that present state-of-the-art, innovative inter- and intra- disciplinary theorizing in the study of aging. A useful resource for both students and professionals, this book represents the current status of theoretical development in the study of aging.
|Hardcover Book, 790 pages||English|
|Springer Publishing Company (Oct. 27th, 2008)||2|
|9780826162519||7.10 x 10.00 x 1.70 inches|