|Series||Novartis Foundation symposium -- 235|
|Contributions||Bock, Gregory, Goode, Jamie|
|LC Classifications||QP86 .A356 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 282 p. :|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||00068655|
Ageing as a Migrant: Vulnerabilities, Agency and Policy Implications - CRC Press Book Motivated by the steady increase in the population of older migrants worldwide, this book acknowledges the diversity within this population group and provides an interdisciplinary and multi-level approach for studying older migrants’ strategies to overcome. It was organized as a key component and in support of the United Nations Project ‘A Research Agenda on Ageing for the 21st Century’ Thomas B. L. Kirkwood Introduction 1. Gary R. Andrews The priority of basic research on ageing vulnerability in a comprehensive research agenda on ageing for the 21st century 4. Discussion 9. TY - CHAP. T1 - Ageing, vulnerability and care. T2 - a view from, social gerontology. AU - Lloyd, Liz. PY - /3/ Y1 - /3/ N2 - In this chapter the focus is on the relationship between ageing and care to examine what is distinctive about needs in later life at this point in time and to discuss the range of factors that shape need and perceptions of need in old by: 1. Introduction – Ageing as a migrant: vulnerabilities, agency and policy implications. Ruxandra Oana Ciobanu, Tineke Fokkema and Mihaela Nedelcu. 1. Unpacking the ageing–migration nexus and challenging the vulnerability trope. Russell King, .
According to this account, ageing and old age are phenomena in which the basic anthropological vulnerability of human beings can manifest itself in an increased likelihood of harm and exploitation. Thus, we plead for a combined model of vulnerability that helps to avoid problems related to the current concepts of by: 4. Rowan Rue The audio book of this book is excellent and it's read by the author (6 lectures). I love hearing Brene Brown speak on this subject. It's jarring to more The audio book of this book is excellent and it's read by the author (6 lectures). I love hearing Brene Brown speak on this subject. It's jarring to listen to the audio book Daring Greatly because it's read by /5. The book also includes contributions that seek to bring vulnerability into a non-binary relationship with other core legal concepts, such as autonomy and dignity. Rather than discarding these legal concepts in favour of vulnerability, these contributions highlight how vulnerability can be entwined with relational autonomy and embodied dignity. Symposium on ageing vulnerability: causes and interventions, held at the Novarius Foundation, London, 29 Feb March Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction.
This chapter focuses on the relationship between ageing and care in order to examine what is distinctive about needs in later life at this point in time and to. Ageing, Gender and Family Law book. Ageing, Gender and Family Law. DOI link for Ageing, Gender and Family Law Ageing, vulnerability and by: 1. This paper considers the processes and circumstances that create vulnerability among older people, specifically to a very poor quality of life or an untimely or degrading death. Models of ageing processes are used to define vulnerable older people as those whose reserve capacity falls below the threshold needed to cope successfully with the Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Editors, Gregory Bock and Jamie A. Goode. Symposium on ageing vulnerability: causes and interventions. The population in OECD countries is ageing rapidly, which will have significant macroeconomic impacts, including on public expenditure and tax revenues. This paper analyses the consequences of population ageing at the sub-central government (SCG) levels and introduces the ‘SCG fiscal vulnerability to ageing’ : Céline Colin, Bert Brys.