Published June 21, 1999
by Routledge .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||216|
Women and Aging surveys the evolving sociopolitical landscape in an era still struggling with gender and age discrimination. This insightful volume recasts familiar concepts such as social roles, appearance, health, sexuality, and transition through the related lenses of empowerment/restraint and quality of life/well-being for a deeper. According to Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, author of The Power of Women (), aging could be good for women as general life satisfaction increases with age. In a study of more than 1, women from San Francisco Bay, Nolen-Hoeksema reports signs of the benefits of aging, with feelings of loneliness lower for women aged 45 to 55 and 65 to 75 compared to younger people aged 25 to In Aging in Women Linda Gannon redresses the balance. From a feminist perspective, she critically reviews current research and provides a more comprehensive analysis of the psychological effects of 2/5(1). Women and Positive Aging: An International Perspective presents the noted research in the fields of psychology, gerontology, and gender studies, reflecting the increasingly popular and pervasive positive aging issues of women in today’s society from different cohorts, backgrounds, and life situations.
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Cameron Diaz started the healthy-body discussion with her first book, The Body Book, in In , she followed up on the conversation with a tome about aging. The Longevity Book is beautifully illustrated and thoroughly engaging. It explores how and why we age, including information on the history, biology, and neuroscience of maintaining optimal health while transitioning into middle age. Buy 1, Get 1 50% Off: Books for All Ages Book Annex Bestsellers 30% Off Coupons & Deals Hardcover New Releases from 20% Off Buy 1, Get 1 50% Off Mix & Match Hundreds of Books. Despite the nautical cliche, the early pages of Pipher’s new book, aptly titled “Women Rowing North,” are encouraging and useful (if somewhat obvious): Resilience is key to aging well; age Author: Sibbie O'sullivan. Unsettling activisms: critical interventions on aging, gender, and social change by May Chazan, Melissa Baldwin and Pat Evans, Women’s Press, Toronto, Ontario, , pp., US$ (softcover), ISBN: