2 edition of Age and the working lives of men found in the catalog.
Age and the working lives of men
F. Le Gros Clark
|Series||Studies of ageing within the conditions of modern industry|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||60003484|
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This book examines the working lives, retirement plans, and old age experiences of three generations of gay men born – It draws on data collected from interviews with 82 men in Australia, England, New Zealand, and USA.
This book examines the working lives, retirement plans, and old age experiences of three generations of gay men born – It draws on data collected from interviews with 82 men in Australia, England, New Zealand, and USA. The first half of the book concentrates on the men’s working lives, whileBrand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
Get this from a library. Age and the working lives of men ; an attempt to reduce the statistical evidence to its practical shape. [F Le Gros Clark].
Abstract. Focuses on the working lives of the old cohort (25 men aged 60–87), examining their work stories on the basis of three principal narrative that were identified: work as work, care and creativity, and social or political : Peter Robinson.
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Welford. Chapter 1: Older Men as Invisible Men in Contemporary Society Chapter 2: “Successful Aging” and Psychosocial Well-Being: Evidence from a Year Study Chapter 3: The Work-Oriented Culture: Success and Power in Elderly Men Chapter 4: Development and Pathology in Postparental Men: A Community Study Chapter 5: Faith Development in Older Men Chapter 6: Masculine Identity from Work.
The earliest European extant account of the successive ages of humanity comes from the Greek poet Hesiod (between and BC), in his poem Works and Days (lines –).
His list is: Golden Age – The Golden Age is the only age that falls within the rule of d by the immortals who live on Olympus, these humans were said to live among the gods and freely mingled with them. Ferrante follows Giovanna’s life from age 12 to 16, charting her development from the sweet girl who adores her parents to a sulking, aggressive teenager.
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The international contributors to this book - part of the Ageing in a Global Context series - apply life-course approaches to understanding evolving.
The title of the book was, simply, Working. That was appropriate. Working was what people did all day, particularly if they were men in their 20s, 30s, 40s, or 50s.
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