Gender And Ageing: Changing Roles And Relationships: Changing Roles and Relationships
This book is a follow-up to Arber and Ginn's award winning Connecting Gender and Ageing (1995). It contains original chapters from eminent writers on gender and ageing, addressing newly emergent areas within gender and ageing, including gender identity and masculinity in later life. Early work on gender and ageing was dominated by a focus on older women. The present collection breaks with this tradition by emphasizing changing gender roles and relationships, gender identity and an examination of masculinities in midlife and later life.
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Chapter 01 CHANGING APPROACHES TO GENDER AND LATER LIFE
Chapter 02 CHANGING APPROACHES TO GENDER AND LATER LIFE
A GENDERED ISSUE
Chapter 07 SOCIAL NETWORKS AND SOCIAL WELLBEING
GETTING BY WITHOUT A SPOUSE
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EBOOK: Gender And Ageing: Changing Roles and Relationships
Sara Arber,Kate Davidson,Jay Ginn
Vista previa limitada - 2003
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