Opening up the Debate on the Aging Society Preliminary Hypotheses for a Possible Mutational and Post-mutationary Society
Klein, A. (2022) Opening up the Debate on the Aging Society: Preliminary Hypotheses for a Possible Mutational and Post-mutationary Society. Part of the book series: International Perspectives on Aging (Int. Perspect. Aging, volume 34)
Balderas Cejudo, A(2021). Reinventa tu liderazgo: 12 claves para gestionar equipos. ESIC Editorial.
Wister, A. & Cosco, T.D., Eds. (2021). Resilience and Aging. Cham, CH: Springer Publishing Company.
The Oxford Handbook of Positive Psychology (3rd edn) Edited by C. R. Snyder, Shane J. Lopez, Lisa M. Edwards, and Susana C. Marques
Sarah Harper and George Leeson (forthcoming) Global Ageing: Ensuring a Resilient Future .
University of Oxford
Publication Date: 2022
The Ethics of Care: The State of the Art. (Series: Ethics of Care, 8) 2020. Peeters Publishers, Leuven
Edited by Frans Vosman (University of Humanistics, Utrecht, The Netherlands), Andries Baart, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands / North-West University, South Africa), Jaco Hoffman (Optentia Research Focus Area, North-West University, South Africa / Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, University of Oxford, UK)
Kaplan, M., Thang, L., Sanchez, M. & Hoffman, J. (Eds) (2020) Intergenerational Contact Zones: Place-based Strategies for Promoting Social Inclusion and Belonging. Routledge
Balderas Cejudo, Adela (2018) Senior Tourism: Determinants, motivations and behavior in a globalized and evolving market segment. Esic Editorial . ISBN 978-84-17513-51-1.
Harper, S. (2018) Demography: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Urban Chinese Daughters: Navigating new roles, status and filial obligation in a transitioning culture
O’Neill, P. (2018) URBAN CHINESE DAUGHTERS: Navigating new roles, status and filial obligation in a transitioning culture. St. Antony's Series, Palgrave Macmillan.
Harper, S. (forthcoming) Population Technological and Environmental Change. Cambridge University Press.
Edited by Sarah Harper
The 21st Century will be both the century of Asia and of ageing. And the two trends will coalesce in Southeast Asia over the coming decades. Old age in most parts of Southeast Asia is still predominantly defined by frailty and dependency, and less by structured retirement, though this is changing. As a result the two main concerns are health and care, still predominantly carried out by families, and economic support, only a small proportion of which is in the form of a pension. The region will need to ensure new policies, institutions, governance and economic structures to enable the transition of the region to maturity. However, as the papers in this collection reveal, there is a growing research base already, which will be essential to the process of adapting to the ageing of Southeast Asia.
Cornelia Muresan & Ionut Földes (eds) (2016) Traiectorii familiale. Romania in context European. Cluj-Napoca : Presa Universitara Clujeana, ISBN: 978-606-37-0033-0, 331p.
Larna Argentina 2014 : Seminario Diversidad cultural y envejecimiento : la familia y la comunidad / Ricardo Iacub ... [et al.] ; compilado por Ricardo Iacub. - 1a ed compendiada. - Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires : Ricardo Iacub, 2016.
Larna Argentina 2014 : Seminario Diversidad cultural y envejecimiento : la familia y la comunidad (PDF, 4.21 MB)
Gefängnisse und Zwangsarbeit auf der japanischen Nordinsel Hokkaido [Prisons and Forced Labour on Japan’s northern island Hokkaido]
Jolliffe, P.M. (2015) Gefängnisse und Zwangsarbeit auf der japanischen Nordinsel Hokkaido [Prisons and Forced Labour on Japan’s northern island Hokkaido]. Vienna: LIT Verlag.
Harper. S. (2016). How Population Change Will Transform Our World. Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780198784098
Published: 28 July 2016
Jolliffe, P.M. (2016) Learning, Migration and Intergenerational Relations: The Karen and the Gift of Education. Palgrave Macmillan UK
George Leeson and Hafiz Khan discuss mandatory retirement in the recently released book 'Retirement in Japan and Korea. The past, the present and the future of mandatory retirement', Edited by Masa Higo and Thomas Klassen.
The book looks at retirement issues in Japan and South Korea in an era of population ageing, and at future policy implications.
Further information: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9781138025691
Hsu, Elisabeth and Potter, Caroline (eds). (2015) Medical Anthropology in Europe: Shaping the Field. London and New York: Routledge.
J. Adams, Hafiz T.A. Khan & R. Raeside (2013) Research Methods for Business and Social Science Students. London: Sage Publishers, 2nd Edition.
Edited by Sarah Harper
East Asia has seen the ageing of its population this century. Over the past decade both birth and death rates have fallen and all East Asian countries now have below replacement level fertility and their populations are living longer.
As a result all countries in the region are now introducing pension and long term care systems. This collection draws together key papers written since 2000 which consider the ageing of China, Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan and Japan.
The International Handbook on Ageing and Public Policy explores the challenges arising from the ageing of populations across the globe for government, policy makers, the private sector and civil society. It examines various national state approaches to welfare provisions for older people, and highlights alternatives based around the voluntary and third-party sector, families and private initiatives.
'Is the planet full?' edited by Ian Goldin (Oxford Martin School) presents contributions by ten leading authors examining the impacts of population and economic growth. Includes a contribution by Sarah Harper.
Kate A. Hamblin
'Active Ageing in the European Union' explores the adoption of 'active ageing' policies by EU15 nations and the impact on older peoples' work and retirement policy options.
Edited by Claudine Attias-Donfut, Joanne Cook, Jaco Hoffman and Louise Waite
This book introduces research conducted in Britain, France and South Africa exploring the migration experiences of African families across two generations.
Sarah Harper (2006) Ageing Societies: Myths, Challenges and Opportunities. Hodder Arnold, London.
The Status Quo of Foreign Workers in the Health and Social Care Sector in the UK, Germany and the Netherlands
Leeson, G. & Harper, S. (2006) The Status Quo of Foreign Workers in the Health and Social Care Sector in the UK, Germany and the Netherlands. Japan National Council of Social Welfare, Tokyo,ISBN4-9903255-0-8.
Sarah Harper, Ed (2004) Families in Ageing Societies: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach. Oxford University Press.
Jamieson A., Harper S., Victor C., editors (1997) Critical Approaches to Ageing and Later Life. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press
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