5 edition of Aging Education in a Global Context (Gerontology and Geriatrics) (Gerontology and Geriatrics) found in the catalog.
May 15, 2006 by Haworth Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Dena Shenk (Editor), Lisa, Ph.D. Groger (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
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Aging Education in a Global Context is a carefully considered set of papers based on selected proceedings from the Association for Aging Education in a Global Context book in Higher Education annual conference.
Each forward-thinking presentation provides unique perspectives on teaching resources and education, presenting a wellspring of creative ideas for new and experienced teachers in gerontology and aging : Paperback. Aging education in a global context / Dena Shenk, Lisa Groger --Globalization and the experiences of aging / Christine L.
Fry --Course design on aging: incorporating cross-cultural perspectives that challenge assumptions about assessment and service delivery / Kathryn Sabrena Elliott --Cross-cultural perspectives in thanatology: through a. Synopsis A selection of proceedings from the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education annual conference Aging Education in a Global Context is a carefully considered set of papers based on selected proceedings from the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education annual Aging Education in a Global Context book.
Aging Education in a Global Context Volume 26 Number 1 CONTENTS Aging Education in a Global Context 1 Dena Shenk, PhD Aging Education in a Global Context book Groger, PhD Globalization and the Experiences of Aging 9 Christine L. Fry, PhD Course Design on Aging: Incorporating Cross-Cultural Perspectives that Challenge Assumptions About Assessment and Service Delivery 23.
Introduction to a collection of articles on aging education in a global context based on the proceedings of the annual conference of the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE).
The volume includes a dual focus on (1) issues related to gerontology and geriatric education around the world and (2) issues related to teaching about global and cross-cultural by: 3.
Education in Global Context takes seriously the transnational migration of commerce, capital and peoples, and the implications of such Aging Education in a Global Context book education and social structure in global context.
Globalization—in the world economy, in patterns of migration, and increasingly in education—affects all of us. A World-Class Education: Learning from International Models of Excellence and Innovation by Vivien Stewart: This book takes a look at the American education system in a global context.
While the U.S. was once a global leader in K education, its now being surpassed by many other nations around the world, who've improved their own educational. Global Education. Teaching in a Global Context Andrew F.
Smith and Frederick R. Czarra. The events since Septemhave demonstrated what scholars have been saying for decades: The world is becoming increasingly interconnected and America must face the challenges and opportunities created by globalization. Other initiatives to promote the sharing of knowledge across nations include the Global Cities Education Network, led by the Asia Society, which currently includes the U.S.
cities of Denver, Houston, Lexington (Kentucky), Seattle, as well as Hong Kong, Melbourne, Shanghai, Seoul, Singapore, and Toronto.
Global Aging: Emerging Challenges Alexandra Crampton Abstract Aging policy frameworks were devised during a demographic and economic context in which population aging seemed confined to wealthy nations. These countries could afford retirement policies that supported older workers, decreased.
Educating for Global Competence: Preparing Our Youth to Engage the World. It is in this context that EdSteps was founded. With funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates focused on global education, and representatives from higher education institutions who are.
The new edition (3rd) of the award winning book The Cultural Context of Aging: World-Wide Perspectives covers all these topics and more.
This unique volume uses a qualitative, case study approach to look at the rapidly emerging new cultural spaces and social scripts through which mid and Aging Education in a Global Context book life are being encountered globally.3/5(6).
The book focuses on teacher narratives as a vehicle for consideration of teacher professionalism, and as a way of understanding issues which are important to teachers in different contexts.
By sharing and analysing these narratives, the book discusses the increasing complexity of teaching as a profession, and considers the commonality within Cited by: 1. The Handbook of Research on Engineering Education in a Global Context provides innovative insights into the importance of quality training and preparation for engineering students.
It explores the common and current problems encountered in areas such as quality and standards, management information systems, innovation and enhanced learning. The present study sought to investigate the perceptions of persons 50 years of age or older in six countries from four continents with regard to World Health Organization defined determinants of healthy, active aging.
Data were collected from in-depth interviews with older adults residing in Italy, the United States, Thailand, South Africa, Botswana, and Saudi by: 7.
Synopsis. The consequences of global aging will influence virtually all areas of life to be encountered in the 21st century, including the biological limits of healthy longevity, the generational contract and nature of family ties, the makeup of households and communities, symbolic representations of midlife and old age and attitudes toward.
Aging Education in a Global Context is a carefully considered set of papers based on selected proceedings from the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education annual conference. Each forward-thinking presentation provides unique perspectives on teaching resources and education, presenting a wellspring of creative ideas for new and experienced teachers in gerontology and aging education.
The Cultural Context of Aging: Worldwide Perspectives. The new edition of Sokolovsky's unique text explores a wide variety of cultural issues worldwide that impact aging issues, from perception and valuation of the elderly to homelessness, caregiving, assisted suicide, psychological support, and responses to those with dementia.
The new edition (3rd) of the award winning book The Cultural Context of Aging: World-Wide Perspectives covers all these topics and more. This unique volume uses a qualitative, case study approach to look at the rapidly emerging new cultural spaces and social scripts through which mid and late life are being encountered globally.
Using national data from the United States (Health and Retirement Study) and England (English Longitudinal Study on Ageing), we examine the prevalence in disability across the two countries and show how it varies according to the sense of by: Doody's Score: 91, 4 Stars"[This] book's unfading preoccupation with social context, social processes, and social structures distinguishes itself and greatly contributes to the discourse in gerontology."--The GerontologistThis is a comprehensive textbook for both undergraduate and graduate level courses, detailing the impact of societal forces on the aging process.
In the global context of population aging and the consequent changes in the labor market and family structure, great efforts are needed to assess the. trace the impact of global gender agendas on national education policies, such as citizenship education, poverty reduction strategies, and feminist activism around adult women’s learning.
Gender Education and Equality in a Global Context is an invaluable introduction to the range of conceptual frameworks and innovative research methods that.
Global Context: An inquiry into fairness and development. Step. One - identify your global context. I have chosen rights and responsibilities as the context for my project because I believe that every child has the right to an education and we all have a.
Global Aging Unprecedented changes are occurring worldwide as fertility and mortality rates decline in most countries and as populations age. These changes affect individuals, families, governments, and private-sector organizations as they seek to answer questions related to health care, housing, social security, work and retirement, caregiving.
Using a comparative, cross-national perspective, Global Aging: Comparative Perspectives on Aging and the Life Course explores the major topics in social gerontology worldwide and the demands that the aging population places on a by: Jay Sokolovsky, editor, The Cultural Context of Aging: Worldwide Perspectives, Third Edition, Greenwood Press, Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology 24(3) This volume describes the history of moral education in Japan, analyses recent changes in curriculum and practices, and takes a closer look at examples of official, semi-official and local discourses on moral education and values.
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A key strength of the volume is balancing intellectual rigour and accessibility in the content and the. Aging occurs in context. People age within their families, within their homes, within their neighborhoods, and within their societies. Too often, however, characteristics external to individuals are relegated to unexplained variance—the error—of health by: One of the significant themes addressed regarding aging and literature is how fictional descriptions of aging can facilitate understanding of the aging process within a sociopsychological context.
Moreover, stories about aging are an invaluable cultural resource with respect to gaining appreciation related to the experience of growing old. Selection and/or peer-review under responsibility of Academic World Education and Research Center.
Keywords: Aging, textbooks, aging education, elementary. GÃkhan Kaya et al. / Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences () â€“which increased to % by and to % by (TSI, ).Cited by: 1. Section 1: Getting started in social research Introducing social research in a global context - Claire Wagner Developing a research topic and planning the research project - Claire Wagner, Anja Botha and Melody Mentz -- 3.
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Global Aging: Comparative Perspectives on Aging and the Life Course, by Suzanne R. Kunkel, J. Scott Brown, & Frank J. Whittington offers an interesting, easy-to-understand, and useful book for undergraduate global aging studies courses.
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Countries in Asia are at different points in the demographic transition. East Asian countries started earlier and are farther along, particularly Japan. The countries of South and Southeast Asia started later and are at a middle stage (Mason, Lee, and Lee, ). The changes in population growth rates and sizes over the transition are certainly important, but here we focus Cited by: 6.
What is Educational Context. Definition of Educational Context: It refers to a group of people (e.g. students) who, through different learning experiences, learn skills or abilities.
The Queensland Studies Authority (, cited in King, Bellocchi & Ritchie ) defines an educational context as “a group of learning experiences that encourages students to transfer.
paper discusses the challenges of teacher education in the age of globalization. It also provides an overview of globalization and teacher education and changing context of teacher education in the global scenario.
Keywords: Globalization, teacher education and teacher. Introduction Education is the most important factor which plays a leading. View Notes - LECTURE 6 - Aging Population in pdf Global Context from GRT A at University of Ottawa.
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In this chapter, the authors discuss how context has been avoided or has referred to differentCited by: 5.Reconciliation in Global Context argues for the merit of ebook and for the need of global conversations around this topic.
The contributing scholars and scholar-practitioners—who hail from the United States, South Africa, Ireland, Israel, Zimbabwe, Germany, Palestine, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Switzerland, and the.