Qualitative Gerontology: A Contemporary Perspective by Graham D. Rowles PhD, Dr. Nancy E. Schoenberg PhD

By Graham D. Rowles PhD, Dr. Nancy E. Schoenberg PhD

The authors offer a modern standpoint at the prestige of qualitative examine in gerontology. the second one version examines contemporary tendencies within the program of qualitative methodologies and the emergence of latest qualitative innovations resembling concentration teams, reviews of non-public histories, and using images. Chapters comprise discussions of severe and feminist views, perform matters, moral concerns, and the contribution of qualitative learn to the growth of technology.

Show description

Read Online or Download Qualitative Gerontology: A Contemporary Perspective PDF

Similar gerontology books

Home health care provider : a guide to essential skills

This ebook is designed to foster caliber care to domestic care recipients. it's written for partners, domestic future health aides, and different care givers who carry non-medical domestic care. Prieto offers details, assistance, and strategies on own care workouts in addition to extra tasks which are usually helpful during this paintings, together with domestic security and upkeep, meal making plans, errand operating, taking care of undefined, and employing leisure time.

Alterungsprozesse und Neurodegeneration: Ein Überblick

​Das crucial behandelt in leicht verständlicher, komprimierter Weise die Grundlagen altersbedingter Zellveränderungen, die unter Umständen zur Neurodegeneration führen können. Der Autor erläutert, wie der Alterungsprozess und die Neurodegeneration durch oxidativen tension und dabei entstehende Schäden beeinflusst werden.

Extra info for Qualitative Gerontology: A Contemporary Perspective

Sample text

Voices and visions of aging: Toward a critical gerontology (pp. xii—xi). New York: Springer Publishing Company. Cole, T. R. (1995). Gaining and losing a friend I never knew: Reading Claire Philip's journal and poetry. Journal of Aging Studies, 9(4), 329-334. , & Henry, W. E. (1961). Growing old: The process of disengagement. New York: Basic Books. De Munck, V. , & Sobo, E. J. (1998). The forest of methods. In E. J. Sobo & V. C. ), Using methods in the field (pp. 13-38). Walnut Creek, CA: Alta Mira Press.

The Gerontologist, 34(2,), 224-230. Parker, R. G. (1995). Reminiscence: A continuity theory framework. The Gerontologist, 36(4), 515-525. Randall, W. , & Kenyon, G. M. (2000). Ordinary wisdom: Biographical aging and the journey of life. Westport, CT: Greenwood. Ray, R. E. (1998). Feminist readings of older women's life stories. Journal of Aging Studies, 12(2), 117-127. Rich, B. A. (1996). Values history: Restoring narrative identity to long-term care. Journal of Ethics, Law, and Aging, 2(2), 75-84.

A. (2000). Software and qualitative research. In N. K. Denzin & Y. S. , pp. 803-820). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. Weitzman, E. , & Miles, M. B. (1995). Computer programs for qualitative data analysis: A sourcebook. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. Wenger, G. C. (1999). Advantages gained by combining qualitative and quantitative data in a longitudinal study. Journal of Aging Studies, 4, 369—376. Wheeler, W. M. (1995). Elderly residential experience: The evolution of places as residence.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.02 of 5 – based on 19 votes