Contemporary Issues in Gerontology: Promoting Positive Ageing

By V. Minichiello; I. Coulson | Go to book overview
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Figure 2.1 The ORHIS development process 47
Figure 6.1 Older men: Labour force participation over time by age cohort (Australia) 124
Figure 6.2 Older women: Labour force participation over time by age cohort (Australia) 124
Figure 6.3 Males: Average age of labour force withdrawal 125
Figure 6.4 Females: Average age of labour force withdrawal 126
Figure 7.1 Maintaining functional capacity over the lifecourse 145
Figure 7.2 The intersection of accommodation, disability and care 159
Figure 11.1 Person—environment interface and its changes over time 249
Figure 11.2 Marshall's social ecology model of person— environment relationships (left) and its relationship to gerontechnology (right) 264
Figure 11.3 Detail of the Healthy People 2010 model of the factors that influence health status and its relationship to gerontechnology 265
Figure 11.4 Health promotion model by Marshall (2002) relating well-being at any age to ever more remote factors that impact current well-being and the relationship of determiners of well-being to the person—environment model of gerontechnology 267
Table 2.1 Suggestions for improving communication with participants who have hearing and visual impairments 42
Table 2.2 Health-promoting lifestyle profile: Six healthy lifestyle dimensions 50
Table 5.1 Hachinski Ischemic Scale (1992) 108
Table 6.1 Employment status of older Australian workers, 2001 129
Table 10.1 Knowledge areas in counselling the older person for health professionals 225

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