Aging as a Social Process
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Now in its seventh edition, Aging as a Social Process continues to show students that human aging is more than just a matter of biology - it is also a complex social process. Drawing on a wide variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives and with a multidisciplinary approach, Aging
as a Social Process sheds light on the individual and societal dimensions of aging. The seventh edition features data from the 2016 Census, the latest research in the field, and increased coverage of aging and mental health, marginalization, technology, and intersectionality. Aging as a Social
Process offers students a thoroughly up-to-date and comprehensive introduction to the sociological study of aging in Canada.
|Sold By||OUP Canada|
|ISBNs||0199028478, 9780199028474, 9780199028429|
|Number of Pages||513|