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Product NameAging Public Policy: Bonding The Generations (Society And Aging Series)
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AuthorTheodore H. Hoff, Richard W. Park
Page Count438
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Long Description"Aging Public Policy: Bonding the Generations" is presented in three parts. Part One describes the policy process as a response to human needs through the laws of our country. Part Two explores the national policy development on behalf of older persons. Part Three describes the major public policies on behalf of the elderly that include Social Security, Medicare, The Older Americans Act, institutional care, employment and retirement policies. The final chapter discusses the advocacy process in the field of aging.
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