February 27, 2014

CAAR – University of Chicago Press Books – February 27, 2014

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A. The Oldest Living Things in the World, by Rachel Sussman (will publish April 2014, 304p., 124 color plates,  ISBN (Cloth): 9780226057507, ISBN (Electronic): 9780226057644). For more information see:

B. Prolonged Employment of Older Workers: Determinants of Managers’ Decisions Regarding Hiring, Retention and Training, by Kasia Karpinska (will publish April 2014, 144p., ISBN: 9789069846668). For more information see:

C. Older Workers: The View of Dutch Employers in a European Perspective, by Wieteke Conen (will publish February 2014, 162p., ISBN: 9789069846651). For more information see:

C. Adult Social Care, edited by Iain Ferguson and Michael Lavalette (will publish April 2014, 76p.,  ISBN: 9781447316169). For more information see:

D. Active Ageing: Voluntary Work by Older People in Europe, edited by  Andrea Principi, Per H. Jensen, and Giovanni Lamura (will publish June 2014, 272p., ISBN: 9781447307204). For more information see:

E. Safeguarding Older People from Abuse: Critical Contexts to Policy and Practice, by Angie Ash (will publish May 2014, 208p., ISBN: 9781447305668). For more information see:

F. Work and Care under Pressure, edited by Blanche Le Bihan, Claude Martin, and Trudie Knijn (February 2014, 200p., ISBN: 9789089645425). For more information see:

G. Staging Ageing: Theatre, Performance and the Narrative of Decline, by Michael Mangan (January 2014, 220p., ISBN: 9781783200139). For more information see:

H. A Taste of Good Living: The Senior Citizens’ Restaurant, by Hans Marcel Becker (January 2014, 260p., ISBN: 9789059727090). For more information see:

Spring 2014 Catalog (2014, .pdf format, 291p.).

Click on Author, title, or subject index page links (p. 286-290) for link to titles.

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