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Ed Rosenberg Ph.D.

There are 8 included publications by Ed Rosenberg Ph.D.:

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Aging Inmates: A Convergence of Trends in the American Criminal Justice System 2007 2648 During the past 30 years, American prisons have experienced rapidly expanding numbers of inmates, including more who are elderly. Elderly inmates present unique management challenges to the extent they experience age-specific adjustments and adaptati...
Caregiving in Social Context 1994 255 The heterogeneity of family caregiving is explored with specific emphasis on differences by gender, age, race, and area of residence. The aging of the population and other social structural changes during the next several decades will simultaneously ...
Informal Care Giving: Cross-Cultural Applicability of the Person-Environment Model 2009 389 The 21st century will be characterised by aged and ageing nations, making eldercare a growing concern. Most eldercare in most nations will be provided informally, primarily by female family members. Helping these people understand the dimensions o...
Learning Womanhood in China 1998 352 Childbirth, a seemingly singular event in China, is nonetheless momentous. Bearing a child transforms a girl into a woman and a mother. Motherhood, in most traditional cultures, symbolizes both the major achievement and the full attainment of femi...
Lifelong Learning in the United States and Japan 2006 1190 Assuming learning to be a lifelong process, it is important to provide older adults with the opportunities to pursue educational activities. The growing number of older adults in America and globally has led to an increased demand for educational p...
“Powerful Tools for Caregivers”: Teaching Skills that Reduce Stress and Increase Self-Confidence 2007 162 Abstract not available
Reassessing the Demographic Imperative 2005 202 For many years gerontologists have discussed the consequences of advances that have lengthened lives but have been less successful at improving the quality of those lives. While this debate continues, the resulting demographic shift in the age profil...
Using Age, Cohort and Period Effects to Study Elderly Volunteerism 2006 650 American volunteers, both informally and through organizations like the Corporation for National Service, make huge contributions to the wellbeing of millions of Americans and, via their unpaid or minimally reimbursed work, to the American economy. C...