5 edition of Gender, Health and Ageing found in the catalog.
December 1, 2006
by vs verlag
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||321|
World Health Organization. (). Gender, health and ageing. World Health Organization. Lifestyle-related diseases, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and some cancers represent the greatest global health threat. Greater insight into health needs and beliefs, using broad community samples, is vital to reduce the burden of chronic disease. This study aimed to investigate gender, age, screening practices, health beliefs, and perceived future health needs for healthy by:
1. Introduction. Population ageing has transformed societies globally, with lower fertility rates and increased longevity underpinning marked changes to societal norms and structures across the lifecourse .Interconnected with these shifting norms is an enhanced understanding of the social construction of gender and its role as an important determinant of health, including mental illnessCited by: 1. The multidisciplinary nature of this book and the inclusion of subject matter from the professional as well as research realm result in a level of comprehensiveness which is distinct in the field of mental health and aging Each chapter contains a comprehensive bibliography, the compilation of which represents a definitive reference source in the field The chapters review state-of-the-art Book Edition: 2.
In book: Gender and ageing: Changing roles and relationships, Publisher: Open University Press, Editors: Sara Arber, Kate Davidson, Jay Ginn, pp Cite this publication Merryn Gott. People age 55 years or older account for one-quarter of all Americans living with HIV, reports the Centers for Disease Control and , people aged 50 and over constituted more than.
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The objective of this book is to provide an overview of gender, health and ageing. Important theoretical concepts, such as life course and "Lebenslagen" in old age, or differences in men's health Manufacturer: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften. About this book The different research fields – gerontology, gender and health – have generated different views, knowledge and foci on ageing, health and gender.
It is now necessary to integrate these aspects into research, policy and practice. The objective of this book is to provide an overview of gender, health and ageing.
The objective of this book is to provide an overview of gender, health and ageing. Important theoretical concepts, such as life course and "Lebenslagen" in old age, or differences in men's health.
This book is a follow-up to Arber and Ginn's award winning Connecting Gender and Ageing (). Gender 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.5/5(1).
„Gender, health, and ageing“ is such a book. Its topic is relevant in many different ways. The demographic and societal changes of the past decades, such as longevity and improvement of public health, have definitely created new and often very distinct realities for men and women.
The topic of health — the health-issues of the elderly, preventive strategies in the life course as well as in old age, and their effects on the quality of life —, plays a vital role within this framework, particularly in the later stages of old : Vera Lasch, Katja Reimann, Gertrud M.
Backes. This session examines how gender, health, and ageing intersect within various international contexts and policy environments. It also incorporates perspectives related to the four conference themes, covering development, physical and mental health, inequalities related to gender.
3. Although the title says otherwise, there are many things in this top book on healthy aging that applies to both sexes. A Man's Guide to Healthy Aging: Stay Smart, Strong, and Active Authors Edward Thompson Jr.
and Lenard Kaye examine “what's next” after middle age, and offer a man's perspective on healthy aging. Worldwide, by age 80 and over, there are women for every men.
By age and over, the gap reaches women for every men.6 While most ageing women remain relatively healthy and independent until late in life, the very old most often require chronic care and help with day-to.
Gender can be understood as the complex and differing pattern of roles, responsibilities, norms, values, freedoms, and limitations that defines what is thought of as “masculine” and “feminine” throughout the life course and which all play a role as determinants of ageing. For example, social and health factors such as poor education, less access to good nutrition, to health and social services, to property and to the.
This book is a follow-up to Arber and Ginn's award winning Connecting Gender and Ageing (). It contains original chapters from eminent writers on gender and ageing, addressing newly emergent 5/5(1).
The gender gap in mental health attenuates in advanced older age and there are higher rates of suicide among older men. Gender differences in mental health vary by social context. Older women have greater exposure to risk-factors for mental illness, but Cited by: 1. Gender, health and ageing: a long and winding road.
Article (PDF Available) in Gerontology 56(3) January with 84 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The authors cover topics of work and retirement, body image, sexuality, health, family relationships, and informal care, among many others.
The current research and nuanced theoretical approach presented in this brief book makes it the ideal text to correct the stereotypic and monolithic views of the elderly for courses in gender or aging. Gender, aging, health and society. Dhar HL(1).
Author information: (1)Medical Research Centre, Bombay Hospital Trust, Mumbai. There are more women than men at any elderly age group.
Depression and osteoporosis are the commonest problems in elderly subjects. Some problems specific to males are hypogonadism, erectile dysfunction and enlargement Cited by: Women adopt different attitudes towards aging.
Some aim to live healthier lives, while many seek to rejuvenate themselves with the help of anti-aging products, known as cosmeceuticals, or ask plastic surgeons for assistance in fighting the aging process.
Apart from health problems, older women often suffer from age discrimination and abuse. The different research fields -- gerontology, gender and health -- have generated different views, knowledge and foci on ageing, health and gender.
It is now necessary to integrate these aspects into research, policy and practice. The objective of this book is. The different research fields - gerontology, gender and health - have generated different views, knowledge and foci on ageing, health and gender.
It is now necessary to integrate these aspects into research, policy and practice. The objective of this book is. CHAPTER 11Gender, Age, and Health. Section 1: Gender. Section 2: Age and Disability. Section 3: Health. Sociology. 4/21/ Chapter SOCIOLOGY.
HOLT, RINEHART. This book examines common themes related to gender and ageing in countries in Southeast Asia. Derived from quantitative or qualitative methods of data collection and analysis, the chapters reveal how ageing has become tempered by globalization, cultural values, family structures, women's emancipation and empowerment, social networks, government policies, and religion.
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