Latinos in an Aging World: Social, Psychological, and Economic Perspectives by Ronald J. Angel, Jacqueline L. Angel (Paperback, 2014)
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- DescriptionThis book fosters a deeper understanding of the growing Lati elderly population and the implications on society. It examines post-WWII demographic and social changes and summarizes research from sociology, psychology, ecomics, and public health to shed light on the ecomic, physical, and mental well-being of older Latis. The political and cultural implications including possible policy changes are also considered. Written in an engaging style, each chapter opens with a vignette that puts a human face on the issues. Boxed exhibits highlight social programs and policies and physical and mental health challenges that impact Lati elders. Web alerts direct readers to sites that feature more detailed information related to the chapter's issues. Each chapter also features an introduction, examples, tables, figures, a summary, and discussion questions. The self-contained chapters can be presented in any order. Latis in an Aging World explores: Real world problems individuals face in dealing with poverty, immigration, and health and retirement decisions The latest data on Latis as compared to research on African- and Asian- Americans where appropriate The unique historical, demographic, social, familial, and ecomic situations of various Lati subgroups including those from Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Cuba How ethnicity affects one's position of wealth and power and sense of citizenship. The consequence of life-long disadvantages and stigmatization on ecomic, physical, and mental well-being The impact of one's neighborhood and the proximity to those from similar cultures on quality of life. The introduction motivates the book and sets the stage for the entire discussion. Chapter 1 reviews the histories of the major Hispanic subgroups along with various theories as they relate to race, ethnicity, and gender that provide a conceptual framework for understanding the later chapters. Demographic, ecomic, and social profiles of the various Hispanic subgroups are explored in chapter 2. Next the Lati population is explored from various perspectives including the ecomic and social situations of men and women and their educational, marital and family, and labor force experiences. Chapter 4 examines older immigrants and their families and identifies the resources available to them in their communities that often replicate the cultural and social support system of the old country. Major health risks that older Latis face as a result of the disadvantages they experience throughout life are examined in chapter 5. Family situations and long-term care and living arrangements of older Hispanics are examined in chapter 6. The impact of neighborhood on quality of life in terms of safety and physical and mental wellbeing is explored in chapter 7. The burden that eldercare can place upon those who bear the responsibility of their daily care is explored in chapter 8. Chapter 9 investigates the gaps in income between mirity and n-Hispanic white Americans and reviews what individuals with few resources need to kw about financial management. The book concludes with the social, political, and ecomic implications of the growing Hispanic population and the role of NGOs and other organizations in providing services to older populations. Intended for courses on Latis and aging, diversity, race and ethnicity, mirities and aging, adult development and aging, the psychology or sociology or politics of aging, geriatric social work, public health and aging, global aging, social or family policy, and health and society taught in the behavioral and social sciences, ethnic, or Latin American/Chica Studies, this book also appeals to researchers and practitioners who work with Hispanic families.
- Author BiographyRonald J. Angel is a Professor of Sociology at the University of Texas at Austin. Jacqueline L. Angel is a Professor of Sociology and Public Policy at the University of Texas at Austin.
- Author(s)Jacqueline L. Angel,Ronald J. Angel
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication08/08/2014
- SubjectSociology & Anthropology: Professional
- Series TitleTextbooks in Aging
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Content Note27 black & white illustrations, 7 black & white tables, 24 black & white halftones, 3 black & white line drawings
- Weight494 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine23 mm
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