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Volume 26, Issue 1 (1999) March - Special Issue on Population Aging: Social Problems and Solutions
Opportunities for Social Workers in an Aging World
Jordan I. Kosberg
Aging in China
Nelson W. S. Chow
Getting Old in the U.S.: Dilemmas of Indo-Americans
Pallassana R. Balgopal
The Use of Senior Volunteers in the Care of Discharged Geriatric Patients
Iryna M. Dulka, Mark J. Yaffe, Benita Goldin, and William S. Rowe
Religion, Adversity and Age: Religious Experiences of Low-Income Elderly Women
Amanda Smith Barusch
Confronting Ageing as a Caribbean Reality
Joan M. Rawlins
Population Aging, Changes in Living Arrangement, and the New Long-Term Care System in Japan
Caregiving For and By Hispanic Elders: Perceptions of Four Generations of Women
Juanita L. Garcia, Jordan I. Kosberg, Wiley P. Mangum, Neil Henderson, and Colleen Cuervo Henderson
Jordan I. Kosberg and Nelson W.S. Chow
Community Building: Renewal, Well-being and Shared Responsibility. Patricia L. Ewalt, Edith M. Freeman and Dennis L. Poole (Eds.).
Rural Gays and Lesbians: Building on the Strengths of Communities. James D. Smith and Ronald J. Mancoske (Eds.).
Workforce Development Networks: Community Based Organizations and Regional Alliances. Bennett Harrison and Marcus Weiss.
Review of Double Burden: Black Women and Everyday Racism. Yanick St. Jean and Joe R. Feagin. Reviewed by Wilma Peebles-Wilkins, Boston University.
Review of Nothing About Us Without Us: Disability, Oppression and Empowerment. James I. Charlton. Reviewed by Stephanie Brzuzy, Arizona State University.
Review of Through my Own Eyes: Single Mothers and the Cultures of Poverty. Susan D. Holloway, Bruce Fuller, Marylee F. Rambaud and Constanza Eggers-Pierola. Reviewed by Jill Duerr-Berrick, University of California at Berkeley.
Review of Community Activism and Feminist Politics. Nancy A. Naples (Ed.). Reviewed by Cheryl Hyde, San Francisco State University