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Exciting and important . . . this pioneering work addresses an area that is desperately in need of critical analysis.
Praise from a previous edition: A valuable book on aging. Scholarly and well-documented.
Praise from a previous edition: Compressing a significant amount of important information on issues of race, gender, social class, economics, and ethnicity, Cruikshank has created a readable book on the general theme of gerontology. The current research, theories, and practices outlined by Cruikshank will give readers of all ages insights into 'learning to be old.' An extensive bibliography is provided for further study. Essential.