5 edition of Aging, social inequality, and public policy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 153-166) and index.
|Statement||Fred C. Pampel.|
|Series||Sociology for a new century|
|LC Classifications||HQ1061 .P323 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 176 p. :|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||97045279|
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He is the author of several books on population aging, cohort change, and public policy, and his work has appeared in the American Sociological Review, the American Journal of Sociology, Demography, Social Forces, and the European Sociological by: Therefore, the study of aging and social inequality must include the study of public policy and its effects on the positions of age social inequality.
I give special attention in this book to the public policies that affect the well-being of different age groups and the degree of inequality. Author, Fred C. Pompel, treats age as a component of social inequality which gives rise to the three major themes of the text: diversity in the experience of individuals, differences in public social inequality, and variations across nations.
He is the author of several books on population aging, cohort change, and public policy, and his work has appeared in the American Sociological Review, the American Journal of Sociology, Demography, Social Forces, and the European Sociological : SAGE Publications.
He looks at the differences in public policy and how age inequality -- more than the other sources of inequality -- relates closely to government policies and studies other societies in which both age group differences and overall inequality differ from those in the United States.
He is the author of several books on population aging, cohort change, and public policy, and his work has appeared in the American Sociological Review, the American Journal of Sociology, Demography, Social Forces, and the European Sociological : Fred C. Pampel.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: 1. Images of old age Public policy in old age Class differences before and during old age Race, ethnic, and gender differences in old age Old age support in comparative perspective Inequality across age groups and generations.
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He looks at the differences in public policy and how age inequality - more than the other sources of inequality - relates closely to government policies and studies other societies in and public policy book both age group differences and overall inequality differ from those in the United States.
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For a policy audience, the take away is this —a massive body of research shows that the first important fact in understanding the relationship between inequality and aging is that who gets the chance to grow old is unequal. But this is only the by: 7. Get this from a library.
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An engaging and comprehensive guide to the multifaceted dimensions of contemporary social inequality. This excellent book will serve as an ideal introductory text for students of social policy, sociology, social work and politics or indeed anyone who is concerned with social injustice.
Her research focuses on aging and the life course, psycho-social factors and influences on health over the life course, and end-of-life issues. Her latest book, Golden Years: Social Inequalities in Later Life, delves into the ways that persistent race, class, and gender inequalities shape experiences of old age in the United States.
8 out of 10 families age 50+ living in poverty and six out of 10 families age 50+ at risk of poverty lack a savings or money market account. Whites age 50+ are twice as likely as Hispanics age 50+ and times as likely as African-Americans in the same age group to own a savings or money market Size: 2MB.
U.S. Public Policy and Inequality in Comparative Perspective Perhaps the most striking feature of discussions of the distributional effects of U.S. public policy is the extent to which, until recently, they have proceeded without much hard evidence of any kind.
Harold Wilensky’s seminal The Welfare State and Inequality, for example, actuallyFile Size: 2MB. These different themes are analysed using a variety of theoretical perspectives drawn from sociology, social policy, political science, and social anthropology.
"Aging, Globalization and Inequality" brings together key contributors to critical perspectives on aging and is unique in the range of themes and concerns covered in a single volume. The CORE team Economy, Society, and Public Policy Read now. Economy, Society, and Public Policy.
Social preferences and the public good Comparing inequality across the world Conclusion Doing Economics: Measuring inequality: Lorenz curves and Gini coefficients Missing: Aging. A global context, offering a comparative discussion on social inequalities, policy, and justice.
NEW CHAPTER: 'Youth and Age' discusses age as a social construct and form of division. NEW CHAPTER: ' Health and disability' defines health inequalities and analyses the current thinkers on health inequalities and their proposed solutions.
Social policy typically refers to public and private programs that seek to improve the welfare of individuals and families. This policy area intersects directly with the issue of inequality, as disparities based on factors such as ethnicity, gender, and income impact the wellbeing and life changes of large segments of the population.
Social inequality is characterized by the existence of unequal opportunities and rewards for different social positions or statuses within a group or society. It contains structured and recurrent patterns of unequal distributions of goods, wealth, opportunities, rewards, and punishments.
Racism, for example, is understood to be a phenomenon Author: Ashley Crossman. Readers can learn a great deal about the common themes, predilections and quandaries that characterized United States responses to the complex problems of the s and the patterns of inequality and injustice prevalent at that essays were selected to cover the range of substantive problematic issues of the period, the social science Author: Yung-Teh Chow.
ACSC trajectories for primary health care authorities in Finland in European Journal of Public Health, 28(suppl_4), cky Schön, P., & Heap, J. ESPN Thematic Report on Challenges in long-term care [Sweden]. European Social Policy Network. Vandenbroucke and Zhu noted that an aging population may reduce wealth inequality, but this is far from certain.
They added that their example should be interpreted with caution. “It does not imply that the forecasted aging of the U.S. population will be accompanied by a reduction in wealth inequality. Aging and Inequality in Income and Health By ANGUS S. DEATON AND CHRISTINA H.
PAXSON* In our previous work, Deaton and Paxson (, ), we showed that, in a large group of countries, inequality in consumption increases with age within cohorts of indi- viduals.
This finding was motivated by a well-known feature of standard autarkic inter-File Size: 1MB. Sociologists in Action on Inequalities: Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality is a brief anthology of original readings that are perfect for Race and Ethnicity; Race, Class, and Gender; Introduction to Sociology; Social Problems; Social Inequality; Senior Capstone and other courses taught through the central lens of diversity.
Like its companion Sociologists in Action volume, on social change and. Nonfiction books including memoirs that deal with issues of social class and inequality in education, health care, etc. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
The sociological understanding of social inequality based on social class, race and ethnicity, gender and sexuality, and age was presented in Chapter 8 “Social Stratification” through Chapter 12 “Aging and the Elderly”.
These five chapters emphasized that inequality is rooted far more in lack of opportunity from birth and in prejudice. Purpose: This article draws from cumulative disadvantage and life course theories to develop a new theory for the social scientific study of and Methods: Five axioms of cumulative inequality (CI) theory are articulated to identify how life course trajectories are influenced by early and accumulated inequalities but can be modified by available resources, perceived trajectories Cited by: ageing on inequality in the model used in this paper, and this causes tendencies towards a remarkable increase of German income inequality until These tendencies are more pronounced in the forecast variant in which a strongly ageing population is assumed.
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From Reno, Nevada: Here I am at an age when. Social Inequality in the United States There is a high degree of social inequality within the United States. Of most modern industrial countries, the United Stated has some of the richest and some of the poorest people to be g: Aging. If the twists and turns of economic history over the l years and popular will are any guide, the “right” level of post-tax income inequality seems to lie between about and Missing: Aging.
Today, public discussion and policy focuses on “aging in place” as a way to improve quality of life and reduce costs. However, in part because of socioeconomic differences and structural inequalities, not all older adults can live in or move to age-supportive communities, neighborhoods, or homes that match their values and needs.