By George Maddox PhD, M. Powell Lawton PhD
This quantity of the once a year overview focuses awareness accurately on teh overlooked documentation and explaination of heterogeneity of ways humans get older inside society. THe society of distinctive curiosity is the USA in really contemporary many years, even if a few of the chapters comprise istructive comparisons with different societies.
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For example, intracohort increases in inequality notwithstanding, the policies and programs of the last half century have clearly brought a historical trend of decreasing poverty and income inequality in income among the aged (Clark, Maddox, Schrimper, & Sumner 1984; Pampel, 1981). The question of how diversity among adults is best explained gives a new level of salience and even urgency to cross-national research. If life-course patterns of increasing heterogeneity appear much the same in all societies (or in all segments of a given society) and in disparate historical periods, this would suggest that variation in social conditions has little influence on the development of aged diversity and that the micro-level, accentuation model is appropriate.
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