North American Elders: United States and Canadian Perspectives

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NORTH AMERICAN ELDERS
United States and Canadian Perspectives

EDITED BY
ELOISE RATHBONE-McCUAN AND BETTY HAVENS

CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE STUDY OF AGING, NUMBER 8

Greenwood Press NEW YORK WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Contributions to the Study of Aging ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations ix
  • Foreword- Canadian Studies Perspectives xiii
  • Foreword- Cross-National Gerontology xv
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Chapter 1- Introduction 1
  • I- Demography 7
  • I- Demography 9
  • II- Social Policy 35
  • Chapter 3- Social Policy in Canada 37
  • Introduction 37
  • Conclusion 51
  • References 52
  • Chapter 4- Social Policy in the United States 55
  • Summary 69
  • III- Long-Term Care 71
  • Chapter 5- Long-Term Care in Canada 73
  • Introduction 73
  • References 86
  • Chapter 6- Long-Term Care in the United States 89
  • Summary 108
  • IV- The Chronic Mentally Ill 109
  • Chapter 7- The Chronic Mentally Ill in Canada 111
  • Introduction 111
  • References 119
  • Chapter 8- United States Elders with Chronic Mental Disorder 123
  • References 139
  • V- Rural Aging 141
  • Chapter 9- Aging in Rural Canada 143
  • References 157
  • Chapter 10- Aging in the Rural United States 161
  • References 175
  • Summary 177
  • VI- Aging Veterans 179
  • Chapter 11- Aging Veterans in Canada 181
  • Introduction 199
  • Chapter 12- Aging Veterans in the United States 201
  • Conclusions 213
  • Summary 216
  • VII- Native Elders 219
  • Chapter 13- The Impact of Government Support for Indian Culture on Canada''s Aged Indians 221
  • Conclusion 231
  • References 232
  • Chapter 14- Indian Elderly in the United States 235
  • References 252
  • Summary 254
  • VIII- Cross-National Intergenerational Families 255
  • Chapter 15- Cross-National Families- The Family Experience of American Women Married to French- Canadian Men 257
  • Introduction 257
  • References 268
  • Chapter 16- Cross-Cultural Families 271
  • Summary 281
  • IX- Conclusion 283
  • Chapter 17- Future Cross-National Developments 285
  • Bibliography 291
  • Index 293
  • Contributors 297
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