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Aging Resources


Aging curricula

Children’s Intergenerational Collection: A Bibliography. (1999). Pittsburgh, PA: Generations Together, University of Pittsburgh.

Ames, N., & Diepstra, S. A. (2006). Using intergenerational oral history service-learning projects to teach human behavior concepts: A qualitative analysis. Educational Gerontology, 32(9), 721-735.

 

Anderson, T. B. (1999). Aging education in higher education:  Preparing for the 21st century. Educational Gerontology, 25(6),571-579.

Baum, M., Newman, S., & Shore, B. (1982). Learning about aging through intergenerational experiences. Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 2(4), 313-316.

Beatty, P. T., & Burroughs, L. (1999). Preparing for an aging workforce:  The role of higher education. Educational Gerontology, 25(6), 595-611.

Bulot, J. J., & Johnson, C. J. (2006). Rewards and costs of faculty involvement in

intergenerational service-learning. Educational Gerontology, 32(8), 633-645.

Chetkow-Yanoov, B. (1991). Teaching gerontological content to schoolchildren in Israel as preparation for adult life. The Gerontologist, 31(5), 696-699.

Chowdhary, U., Schultz, C. M., Hasselriis, P., Kujath, H. A., Penn, D., & Henson, S. (2000). Intergenerating activities and aging appreciation of elementary school children. Educational Gerontology, 26, 541-564.

Corbin, D., Kagan, D. M., & Metal-Corbin, J. (1987). Content analysis of an intergenerational unit on ageing in a sixth grade classroom. Educational Gerontology, 13(5), 403-410.

Corey, J. (1997). Storysharing:  A Bridge Between Generations. White Cloud, MI: North Country Press.

Couper, D. P., Norsman, A. S., & Sulick, B. (1999). Retired educators as advocates:  Promoting K-12 education about aging. Educational Gerontology, 25(6), 519-530.

Davis, R. H., & Westbrook, G. J. (1981). Intergenerational dialogues:  A tested educational program for children. Educational Gerontology, 7, 383-396.

Dellmann-Jenkins, M., Lambert, D., Fruit, D., & Dinero, T. (1986). Old and young together:  Effect of an educational program on preschoolers' attitudes toward older people. Childhood Education, January/February, 206-212.

Doll, G. A. (2006). Enhancing gerontology education: The role of older adult auditors in a human development and aging course. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(3), 63-72.

Folts, W. E. (2006). Introduction to the special issue on elderly volunteerism.

Educational Gerontology, 32(5), 309-311.

Fredriksen-Goldsen, K. I., & Bonifas, R. (2005). Multigenerational practice and curricular infusion. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(3), 83-99.

Friedman, B. (1997). The integration of pro-active aging education into existing educational curricula. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 28(1/2), 103-110.

Friedman, B. M. (1999). Connecting Generations:  Integrating Aging Education and Intergenerational Programs with Elementary and Middle Grades Curricula. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Yearbook: An Intergenerational Exploration of Issues Common to Teens, 1940s through the 1990s: Curriculum & Video. (1997). Generations Together (Producer) Pittsburgh, PA: Generations Together, University of Pittsburgh.

Hammack, B. (1992). Shared Lives:  An Intergenerational Discussion Model. Kensington, MD: Interages.
Abstract: A guide to bringing senior adults and students together to share life memories and use as an enhancement in existing school curricula

Henkin, N., & Newman, S. (1985). The Best of You...The Best of Me:  An Instructional Guide. Pennsylvania: Department of Aging.

Hermoso, J., Rosen, A. L., Overly, L., & Tompkins, C. J. (2006). Increasing aging and advocacy competency: The intergenerational advocacy pilot project. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 48(1-2), 179-192.

Joyner, M. C., & DeHope, E. (2006). Transforming the curriculum through the intergenerational lens . Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 48(1-2), 127-137.

Kiernan, H. W., & Mosher-Ashley, P. M. (2002). Strategies to expand a pen pal program from simple letters into a full intergenerational experience. Educational Gerontology, 28, 337-345.

Kimeldorf, M. (unknown).  Friends Across the Divide:  Creating Community and Learning Opportunities One Email at a Time.  Kimeldorf Publishing.

Kimeldorf, M. (1998). The Grandfriends Project:  A Program Creating Friendships Across the Generations. Minnesota: Fairview Press.

Kimeldorf, M. (1998). Project Leader's Guide for the Grandfriends Project:  A Program Creating Friendships Across the Generations. Minnesota: Fairview Press.

Kolomer, S. R., Lewinson, T., et al. (2006). Increasing aging content in social

work curriculum: Perceptions of key constituents. Journal of Gerontological

Social Work, 48(1), 97-110.

Krout, J. A., & Wasyliw, Z. (2002). Infusing gerontology into grades 7-12 social studies curricula. The Gerontologist, 42(3), 387-391.

Lambert, D. J., Dellmann-Jenkins, M., & Fruit, D. (1990). Planning for contact between the generations:  an effective approach. The Gerontologist, 30(4), 553-556.

Laney, J. D., Wimsatt, T. J., Moseley, P. A., & Laney, J. L. (1999). Children's ideas about aging before and after an integrated unit of instruction. Educational Gerontology, 25(6), 531-547.

Langer, N. (1999). Changing youngsters' perceptions of aging:  Aging education's role. Educational Gerontology, 25(6), 549-554.

Lichtenstein, M. J., Marshall, C., Pruski, L., Blalock, C., Lee, S., Murphy, D., & Hilsenbeck, S. (1999). Positively AgingChoices and Changes creating interdisciplinary middle school teaching materials using examples from geriatrics and gerontology. Educational Gerontology, 25, 555-569.

Linda, A., Plaetke, R., Cheryl1, L., Carolyn, E., & Michael, J. (2004).  The Stealth GerontologyTM Program: Training teachers to infuse aging and age-related content into public school classrooms. Educational Gerontology, 30(8), 691-710.

Lyons, C. (1982). On Growing Older: Curriculum Guides, Grades 1 - 6. Pittsburgh, PA: Generations Together, University of Pittsburgh.

Lyons, C. W., Newman, S., & Vasudev, J. (1985). The impact of a curriculum on aging on elementary school students. K. A. Strunz, & S. ReVille (Editors), Growing Together:  An Intergenerational Sourcebook  (pp. 18-22). Washington, D.C.: American Association of Retired Persons and The Elvirita Lewis Foundation.

Mack, C. (1988). Share it with the Children: A Preschool Curriculum on Aging  Instructional Guide. Pittsburgh, PA: Generations Together, University of Pittsburgh.

McCrea, J. M., Forker, D. L. J., & Winters, J. (1996).  Human Development Across the Lifespan: A Pilot Intergenerational Project in Three Pennsylvania School Districts - Curriculum Guide for Family and Consumer Science. Pittsburgh, PA: Generations Together, University of Pittsburgh.

McCrea, J. M. (1992). Talking With Children and Teens about Alzheimer’s Disease: A Question and Answer Guidebook for Parents, Teachers, and Caregivers. Pittsburgh, PA: Generations Together:  University of Pittsburgh.

McErlean, M. (1994). Walk in My Shoes:  A 4-H Aging Awareness Project.

Meshel, D., & McGlynn, R. P. (2004). Intergenerational contact, attitudes, and stereotypes of adolescents and older people. Educational Gerontology, 30(6), 457-479.

Natvig, D. (2007). Meeting intergenerational needs through service learning.

Educational Gerontology, 33(7),573-586.

Newman, S. (1985). A curriculum on aging in our schools:  Its time has come. Unpublished Paper Presented at Bridging the Gap Conference, Columbia University Brookdale Institute.

Olson, C. J. (2002). A curriculum module enhances students' gerontological practice-related knowledge and attitudes. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 38(4), 85-102.

Scharlach, A., Damron-Rodriquez, J., Robinson, B., & Feldman, R. (2000). Educating social workers for an aging society:  A vision for the 21st century. Journal of Social Work Education, 36(3), 521-538.

Schwalbach, E., & Kiernan, S. (2002). Effects of an intergenerational friendly visit program on the attitudes of fourth graders toward elders. Educational Gerontology, 28, 175-187.

Seefeldt, C., Jantz, R., Galper, A., & Serock, K. (1977). Children's attitudes toward the elderly:  Educational implications. Educational Gerontology, 2, 301-310.

Singleton, J. L. (2006). Infusing gerontology throughout the BSW curriculum.

Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 48(1), 31-46.

Slaght, E., & Stampley, C. (2006). Promoting intergenerational practice. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(3), 73-86.

Sowers, M. A. (2007). High School FCS Program Reaches Out to Senior Citizens.

Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 99(1), 19-21.

Strom, R. (1988). Intergenerational learning and curriculum development. Educational Gerontology, 14, 165-181.

Tice, C. (1994). Developing a Curriculum of Caring:  A Guide to Intergenerational Programs in Schools. Ann Arbor, MI: Lifespan Resources.

Vance, L., & et al. (1992). Growing Together:  A Youth Project about Growing Older.

Vandsberger, E., & Wakefield, M. (2005). Service learning with rural older adults:  Effects on students' career perspectives in gerontology. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(4), 83-97.

Weaver, J. W. (1999). Gerontology education:  A new paradigm for the 21st century. Educational Gerontology, 25(6), 479-490.

Weinstein, L. (2006). Training the teachers: An intergenerational program in teaching the Holocaust. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(2), 93-100.

Wircenski, M., Walker, M., Allen, J., & West, L. (1999). Age  as a diversity issue in grades K-12 and in higher education. Educational Gerontology, 25(6), 491-500.

Adult development

 

Atchley, R. (1988). Social Forces and Aging. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.

Broomall, J. K. (1992). Intergenerational synergy. In R. B. Fischer, M. L. Blazey, & H. T. Lipman (Editors), Students of the Third Age. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co.

Butler, R. (1963). The life review:  An interpretation of reminiscence in the aged. Psychiatry, 26, 65-76.

Butler, R. (1974). Successful aging and the role of the life review. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 22, 529-535.

Butler, R. N., & Lewis, M. (1977). Aging and Mental Health:  Positive Psychological Approaches. St. Louis, MO: Mosby.

Chawla, S., & Kaiser, M. A. (1995). The aged and development:  Mutual beneficiaries. D. Thursz, C. Nusberg, & J. Prather (editors), Empowering Older People:  An International Approach (pp. 151-181). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Chellam, G. (1981). Intergenerational affinities:  Symmetrical life experiences of the young adults and the aging in Canadian society.  International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 12(2), 79-92.

Cottrell, L. (1942). The adjustment of the individual to his age and sex roles. American Sociological Review, 7, 617-620.

Cumming, E., & Henry, W. (1961). Growing Old:  The Process of Disengagement. New York: Basic Books.

Eggers, S. J., & Hensley, B. H. (2005). Empowering spirituality and generativity through intergenerational connections. Journal of Religion, Spirituality, and Aging, 17(1/2), 87-108.

Erikson, E. H., Erikson, J. M., & Kivnick, H. Q. (1986). Vital Involvement in Old Age. New York: Norton.

Erikson, E. (1997). The Life Cycle Completed. New York: Norton.

Glass, T., Seeman, T. E., Herzog, A. R., Kahn, R., & Berkman, L. F. (1995). Change in productive activity in late adulthood:  MacArthur studies of successful aging. Journal of Gerontology, 50(Bn2), S65.

Gordon, L., & Shinagel, M. (2004). New goals for continuing higher education:  The older learner. Harvard Generations Policy Journal, 1(Winter), 53-65.

Graves, S., & Larkin, E. (2006). Lessons from Erikson:  A look at autonomy across the lifespan. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(2), 61-71.

Havighurst, R. J. (1968). Personality and patterns of aging. The Gerontologist, 8, 20-23.

Havighurst, R. J. (1963). Successful aging. R. Williams, C. Tibbits, & W. Donahue (Editors), Processes of Aging (Vol. 1). New York: Atherton Press.

Lemon, B., Bengston, V. L., & Peterson, J. (1972). Activity types and life satisfaction in a retirement community. Journal of Gerontology, 27, 511-523.

Longino, C., & Kart, C. S. (1982). Explicating activity theory:  A formal replication. Journal of Gerontology, 37, 713-722.

Neugarten, B., Havighurst, R. J., & Tobin, S. S. (1968). B. L. Neugarten (Editor), Personality and Patterns of Aging in Middle Age and Aging (pp. 173-177). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Pratt, M. W., & Norris, J. E. (1994). The Social Psychology of Aging. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers.

ReVille, S. (1989). Young adulthood to old age:  Looking at intergenerational possibilities from a human development perspective. In S. Newman, & S. Brummel (Editors), Intergenerational Programs:  Imperatives, Strategies, Impacts, Trends (pp. 45-53). New York: Haworth Press, Inc.

Rosow, I. (1985). Status and role change through the life cycle. R. H. Binstock, & E. Shanas (Editors), Handbook of Aging and the Social Sciences (2nd ed. ed., pp. 62-93). New York: Van Nostrand.

Sampson, R. J. (2001). How do communities undergird or undermine human development? A. Booth, & A. C. Crouter (Editors), Does it Take a Village?  Community Effects on Children, Adolescents, and Families (pp. 3-30). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Taylor, A. (2004). Generativity and adult development:  Implication for mobilizing adults in support of youth. J. Rhodes, & E. G. Clary (Editors), Mobilizing Adults for Positive Youth Development:  Promoting Socially Valued Activities . New York: Search Institute, Kluwer Academic-Plenum Press

Older adult outcomes

Bressler, J. (2001). The impact of intergenerational programs on long-term care residents. at  Gerontological Society of America .

Eggers, S. J., & Hensley, B. H. (2005). Empowering spirituality and generativity through intergenerational connections. Journal of Religion, Spirituality, and Aging, 17(1/2), 87-108.

Feldman, S., Mahoney, H., & Seedsman, T. (2003). School-based intergenerational programs:  Laying the foundations for sustainability. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 1(2), 47-66.

Flora, P. K., & Faulkner, G. E. (2006). Physical activity: an innovative context for

intergenerational programming. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(4), 63-74.

Frick, K. D., Carlson, M. C., Glass, T. A., McGill, S., Rebok, G. W., Simpson, C., & Fried, L. P. (2004). Modeled cost-effectiveness of the Experience Corps Baltimore based on a pilot randomized trial. Journal of Urban Health, 81(1), 106-117.

Fried, L. P., Carlson, M. C., Freedman, M., Frick, K. D., Glass, T. A., Hill, J., McGill, S., Rebok, G. W., Seeman, T., Tielsch, J., Wasik, B. A., & Zeger, S. (2004). A social model for health promotion for an aging population:  Initial evidence on the Experience Corps model. Journal of Urban Health, 81(1), 64-78.

Herrmann, D. S., Sipsas-Herrmann, A., Stafford, M., & Herrmann, N. (2005). Benefits and risks of intergenerational program participation by senior citizens. Educational Gerontology, 31(2), 123-138.

Herzog, A. R., & House, J. S. (1991). Productive activities and aging well. Generations, 15(1), 49-54.

Heumann, L. F., McCall, M. E., & Boldy, D. P. (2001). Empowering Frail Elderly People:  Opportunities and Impediments in Housing, Health, and Support Service Delivery. Westport, CT: Praeger.

Jarrott, S. E. Intergenerational activities involving persons with dementia:  An observational assessment. Gerontological Society of America .

Kinnevy, S., & Morrow-Howell, N. (1999). Perceived benefits of intergenerational tutoring. Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 20(2), 3-17.

Kuehne, V. (2005). Making What Difference?  How Intergenerational Programs Help Children and Families. Elders as Resources:  Intergenerational Strategies Series . Baltimore, MD: Annie E. Casey Foundation.

Kuehne, V. S. (1992). Older adults in intergenerational programs:  What are their experiences really like? Activities, Adaptation, and Aging, 16(4), 49-65.

Larkin, E., Sadler, S., & Mahler, J. (2005). Benefits of volunteering for older adults mentoring at-risk youth. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 44(3/4), 23-37.

LaVeist, T. A., Sellers, R. M., Elliott Brown, K. A., & Nickerson, K. J. (1997). Extreme social isolation, use of community-based senior support services, and mortality among African American elderly women. American Journal of Community Psychology, 25(5), 721-732.

McGowan, T. G. (1994). Mentoring-reminiscence:  A conceptual and empirical analysis. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 39, 321-336.

Mendis, K. (1993). The Effects of Participation in an Intergenerational Program on the Psychological Well-Being of the Elderly. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Fordham University.

Montoro-Rodriguez, J., & Pinazo, S. (2005). Evaluating social integration and psychological outcomes for older adults enrolled at a University Intergenerational Program . Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 3(3), 65-81.

Morgan  Jr., R. E., Bertera, R.L., & Reid, L.A. (2007). An intergenerational approach

to informal science learning and relationship building among older adults and

youth. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 5(3), 27-43.

Nester, S. L., & Jarrott, S. E. (2001). Children and elders with dementia in modified Montessori activities:  An evaluation of affect and activity. Gerontological Society of America .

Newman, S. (1991). Everyday memory function of older adults. Intergenerational Clearinghouse, 10(1), 1-2.

Newman, S. (1985). The impact of intergenerational programs on children's growth and on older persons' life satisfaction. K. A. Strunz, & S. ReVille (Editors), Growing Together:  An Intergenerational Sourcebook (pp. 22-24). Washington, D.C.: American Association of Retired Persons and The Elvirita Lewis Foundation.

Newman, S. (1988). The impact of the school volunteer experience on the well-being of older persons. Paper presented at Gerontological Society of America Pittsburgh, PA: Generations Together, University of Pittsburgh.

Newman, S., Baum, M., & Vasudev, J. (1983). The Experience of Senior Volunteers in Intergenerational Programs in Schools and the Relationship to their Life Satisfaction (Final report to the NRTA-AARP Andrus Foundation). Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh, Generations Together.

Newman, S., Karip, E., & Faux, R. B. (1995). Everyday memory function of older adults:  The impact of intergenerational school volunteer programs. Educational Gerontology, 21, 569-580.

Newman, S., Vasudev, J., & Onawola, R. (1985). Older volunteers' perception of impact of volunteering on their psychological well being. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 14(2), 123-134.

Orsulic-Jeras, S., Camp, C. J., Judge, K. S., & Lee, M. M. (unknown).  Using intergenerational Montessori programming to increase levels of engagement in adult day care clients with dementia. Poster presented at the Gerontological Society of America.

Proller, N. L. (1989). The effects of an adoptive grandparent program on youth and elderly participants. S. Newman, & S. Brummel (Editors), Intergenerational Programs:  Imperatives, Strategies, Impacts, Trends (pp. 195-203). New York: Haworth Press.

Rao, M. (1995). Older persons:  Issues concerning their empowerment and participation in development. D. Thursz, C. Nusberg, & J. Prather (editors), Empowering Older People:  An International Approach (pp. 131-149). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Reinke, B., Holmes, D., & Denney, N. (1981). Influence of a "friendly visitor" program on the cognitive functioning and morale of elderly persons. American Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 9, 491-506.
Abstract: Nursing home residents who were visited regularly by college students displayed improvements in cognitive functioning and morale, compared to a control group.

Rowe, J. W., & Kahn, R. (2004). Experience Corps commentary. Journal of Urban Health, 81(1), 61-63.
Abstract: Commentary on the Special Feature:  Health Promotion in the Urban Elderly

Salari, S. M. (2002). Intergenerational partnerships in adult day centers:  Importance of age-appropriate environments and behaviors. The Gerontologist, 42(3), 321-333.

Saltz, R. (1971). Aging persons as child care workers in a foster grandparent program:  Psychosocial effects and work performance. Aging and Human Development, 2, 314-340.
Abstract: Participation in the Foster Grandparent Program positively and enduringly affected older adults' life satisfaction and health.

Saltz, R. (1989). Research evaluation of a Foster Grandparent Program. S. Newman, & S. Brummel (Editors), Intergenerational Programs:  Imperatives, Strategies, Impacts, Trends (pp. 205-216). New York: Haworth Press.

Scott, J. P., Reifman, A., Mulsow, M., & Feng, D. (2003). Program evaluation of "Young at Heart":  Examining elderly volunteers' generativity. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 1(3), 25-33.

Segrist, K. (2004). Assessing impact of service-learning project on older, isolated adults in rural America. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 2(2), 51-66.

Short-DeGraff, M. A., & Diamond, K. (1996). Intergenerational program effects on social responses of elderly adult day care members. Educational Gerontology, 22, 467-482.

Slaght, E. & Stampley, C. (2006). Promoting intergenrational practice. Journal of

Intergenerational Relationships, 4(3), 73-86.

Stevens, E. S. (1992). Senior volunteer satisfaction:  A route to mental health in later life? Clinical Gerontologist, 12(2), 101-105.

Sykes, J. T. (1995). A second opinion. D. Thursz, C. Nusberg, & J. Prather (editors), Empowering Older People:  An International Approach (pp. 47-50). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Thursz, D., Nusberg, C., & Prather, J. (1995). Empowering Older People:  An International Approach. Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Tout, K. (1995). The aging perspective on empowerment. D. Thursz, C. Nusberg, & J. Prather (editors), Empowering Older People:  An International Approach (pp. 3-35). Westport, CT: Auburn House.

Underwood, H. L., & Dorfman, L. T. (2006). A view from the other side: Elders' reactions to intergenerational service-learning. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(2), 43-60.

Wallach, H. F., Kelly, F., & Abrahams, J. P. (1979). Psychosocial rehabilitation for chronic geriatric patients:  An intergenerational approach. The Gerontologist, 19(5), 464-470.

Weintraub, A. P. C. & Killian, T. S. (2007). Intergenerational programming: Older

persons' perceptions of its impact. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 26, (4), 370-384.

Xaverius, P. K., & Mathews, R. M. (2003). Evaluating the impact of intergenerational activities on elders' engagement and expressiveness levels in two settings. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 1(4), 53-69.

Productive aging

The Longevity Revolution: The Benefits & Challenges of Living A long Life, by Dr.

Robert Butler, M.D.

Burr, J. A., Caro, F. G., & Moorhead, J. (2002). Productive aging and civic participation. Journal of Aging Studies, 16(1), 87-105.

Caro, F., Bass, S., & Chen, Y.-P. (1993). Introduction:  Achieving a productive aging society. S. Bass, F. G. Caro, & Y.-P. Chen (Editors), Achieving a Productive Aging Society . Auburn House.

David, G., & Patterson, G. (1997). Productive aging:  1995 White House Conference on Aging, challenges for public policy and social work practice. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 27(3), 9-25.

Fisher, B. J., & Specht, D. K. (1999). Successful aging and creativity in later life. Journal of Aging Studies, 13(4), 457-472.

Fried, L. P., Carlson, M. C., Freedman, M., Frick, K. D., Glass, T. A., Hill, J., McGill, S., Rebok, G. W., Seeman, T., Tielsch, J., Wasik, B. A., & Zeger, S. (2004). A social model for health promotion for an aging population:  Initial evidence on the Experience Corps model. Journal of Urban Health, 81(1), 64-78.

Gamliel, T., et al. (2007). Intergenerational educational encounters:

Part 1--A model of knowledge. Educational Gerontology, 33(1), 1-22.

Gamliel, T., et al. (2007). Intergenerational educational encounters:

Part 2--Counseling implications of the model." Educational Gerontology, 33(2):

20, 145-164.

Glanz, D. (1994). Older volunteers and productive aging:  What do we know? The Gerontologist, 34(2), 276-278.
Abstract: Book review

Glass, T., Seeman, T. E., Herzog, A. R., Kahn, R., & Berkman, L. F. (1995). Change in productive activity in late adulthood:  MacArthur studies of successful aging. Journal of Gerontology, 50(Bn2), S65.

Mahmood, S. (2006). The employers' view on older adults as staff in early childhood

education services. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(3), 29-48.

Morrow-Howell, N., Hinterlong, J., & Sherraden, M. (2001). Productive Aging:  Concepts and Challenges. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

O'Reilly, P., & Caro, F. G. (1994). Productive aging:  An overview of the literature. Journal of Aging and Social Policy, 6 (3), 39-71.

Proller, N. L. (1989). The effects of an adoptive grandparent program on youth and elderly participants. S. Newman, & S. Brummel (Editors), Intergenerational Programs:  Imperatives, Strategies, Impacts, Trends (pp. 195-203). New York: Haworth Press.

Rowe, J. W., & Kahn, R. (2004). Experience Corps commentary. Journal of Urban Health, 81(1), 61-63.
Abstract: Commentary on the Special Feature:  Health Promotion in the Urban Elderly

Saltz, R. (1989). Research evaluation of a Foster Grandparent Program. S. Newman, & S. Brummel (Editors), Intergenerational Programs:  Imperatives, Strategies, Impacts, Trends (pp. 205-216). New York: Haworth Press.

 

Age integration

Foner, A. (2000). Age integration or age conflict as society ages? The Gerontologist, 40(3), 272-276.

Loscocco, K. (2000). Age integration as a solution to work-family conflict. The Gerontologist, 40(3), 292-300.

Oberg, B. M. (2007). Meeting the other: A way of fighting age discrimination? A discussion circle with

young and old participants in sweden. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 5(5), 27-44

Penninx, K. (2003). What research or evaluation question, if answered, would best advance intergenerational program development in the Netherlands? Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 1(3), 105-108.

Pillemer, K., & Glasgow, N. (2000). Social integration and aging:  Background and trends. K. Pillemer, P. Moen, E. Wethington, & N. Glasgow (Editors), Social Integration in the Second Half of Life (pp. 19-47). Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press.

Riley, M. W., & Riley, J. W. (1994). Age integration and the lives of older people. The Gerontologist, 34(1), 110-115.

Seedsman, T. A. (2006). Viewing participants as resources for one another, communities and societies: Intergenerational solidarity toward a better world . Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 4(1), 23-39.

Uhlenberg, P. (2000). Integration of old and young. The Gerontologist, 40(3), 276-279.

Uhlenberg, P. (2000). Introduction: Why study age integration? The Gerontologist, 40(3), 261.

Attitudes toward the elderly

Ageism: Stereotyping and Prejudice Against Older Persons edited by Todd D. Nelson;

2002 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (ISBN # 0-262-14077-2)

Aday, R., & Campbell, M. (1995). Changes in nursing students' attitudes and work preferences after a gerontology curriculum. Educational Gerontology, 21, 247-260.

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