By W. Andrew Achenbaum
Gerontology didn't become a systematic box of inquiry within the usa till the 20th century. by way of tracing highbrow networks and reading institutional styles, Crossing Frontiers exhibits how previous age turned a "problem" worthy investigating and the way a multidisciplinary orientation took form. Gerontology continues to be a marginal highbrow company, yet its very strengths and weaknesses remove darkness from the politics of specialization and educational turf-fighting in U.S. better schooling.
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Because this theme will be elaborated in Crossing Frontiers, it suffices to cite Arthur W. Staats, "Paradigmatic Behaviorism, Unified Theory Construction Methods, and the Zeitgeist of Separatism," American Psychologist, vol. 36 (March 1981): 239-56. Albert Rosenfeld, Prolongevity (New York: Avon, 1976), pp. vii, 198. , p. 197. The references to GRC, Michigan, and Duke appear on p. 204. This book refers to very few of the scientists Rosenfeld grouped together as "the gerontologist as Captain Ahab," treats GRC and Duke in ch.