Aging Social Policies

Aging Social Policies

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Due to population explosion and a global increase in average life expectancies, an unprecedentedly high percentage of the worlda€™s population is aging. By the middle of this century there will be up to 2 billion individuals over the age of 65, a demographic shift never before experienced in our human history. In addition, declining birth rates in industrialized countries means a decrease in the number of adults under 64. In Aging Social Policies: An International Perspective the authors consider how policy a€“ domestic and international a€“ affects and will continue to affect the lives of our aging population.Retrieved from;pid= newsarchive Lawson, J. (2009). The transformation of ... Retrieved from http:// 0731.pdf Legal Services Commission. (2007b). Paying for ... Frederick, MD: Aspen. Lothian, K., McKeeanbsp;...

Title:Aging Social Policies
Author: Robbyn R. Wacker, Karen A Roberto
Publisher:SAGE - 2011

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