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Author Walker, Alan, 1952 October 13-

Title Ageing Europe / Alan Walker and Tony Maltby.

Published Buckingham ; Philadelphia : Open University Press, 1997.

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 UniM Bail  305.26094 WALK    AVAILABLE
Physical description x, 149 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Rethinking ageing.
Rethinking ageing series.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [134]-138) and index.
Contents 1. Introduction -- 2. A profile of older Europeans -- 3. Intergenerational relations and social integration -- 4. Pensions and living standards -- 5. Employment and older workers -- 6. Health and social care -- 7. The politics of ageing societies -- 8. Conclusion.
Summary This book presents findings from recent policy oriented research undertaken by the EU's Observatory on Ageing and Older People: the most definitive account to date of socio-economic policies affecting older people and the extent of their social integration in European society. The book also presents the results from a specially commissioned Eurobarometer survey of public attitudes to ageing and older people conducted in twelve European Union countries. Overall it provides a unique and comprehensive portrait of how older people are perceived by the general public in the EU and how they view themselves and the ageing process. The book criticizes European countries for failing to come to terms with the fact of societal ageing and challenges them and the EU itself to ensure the social integration of older people.
Other author Maltby, Tony.
Subject Aging -- Social aspects -- European Union countries.
Older people -- European Union countries -- Social conditions.
Old age -- European Union countries.
ISBN 0335197477 (hbk)
0335197469 (paperback)