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  • Vanderhart Peter G. (Sage Publications, 1993-09-01)
    This article seeks to determine what factors are most important in the home equity decisions of older homeowners. A binomial probit multivariate regression technique is applied to pooled cross-sectional data from the Panel ...
  • Scharlach Andrew E. (Sage Publications, 1989-06-01)
    An employee survey found that 32% of caregiving respondents were providing assistance to cognitively impaired older persons. These employees were more likely than those caring for physically impaired elders to report high ...
  • Franklin Susan T.; Ames Barbara D.; King Sharon (Sage Publications, 1994-03-01)
    This study examined the influence of eldercare on three types of employment adaptation at two time periods. The adaptations included short-term work adjustments, leave of absence, and leaving the workplace at Time 1, and ...
  • Reitzes Donald C.; Mutran Elizabeth J.; Verrill Linda A. (Sage Publications, 1995-09-01)
    Data derived from in-depth telephone interviews with full-time working men and women aged 58 to 64 years old who reside in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill metropolitan area are used to explore the influence of activities ...
  • Johnson Colleen Leahy (Sage Publications, 1983-12-01)
    This article analyzes the role of the contemporary American grandmother, exploring the meanings of the role for 58 grandmothers who are responding to the divorces of their children. Although the literature suggests that ...
  • Arling Greg; Harkins Elizabeth B.; Romaniuk Michael (Sage Publications, 1984-06-01)
    Adult day-care clients are compared with nursing home applicants who were reviewed and recommended for community or institution-based care. Social, health, and service-use characteristics are contrasted in order to identify ...
  • Gibson Donald E. (Sage Publications, 1989-06-01)
    It is argued that further advances in the usefulness of the age dependency ratio will be made only if we begin to take into account changes in economic productivity and real income. Such a change from current practice will ...
  • Stull Donald E. (Sage Publications, 1988-03-01)
    This study compares the effects of a number of variables previously found to be important predictors of well-being such as income, health, and social interaction on one dimension of well-being, happiness, at pre- and ...
  • Cribier Francoise (Sage Publications, 1980-06-01)
    This article is not a catalogue of European research on aged migration, although some European findings are incorporated as illustrations and qualifications of point in the article's arguments. Rather, it is an explanation ...
  • Gilbert Neil; Specht Harry (Sage Publications, 1982-03-01)
    The first five years of Title XX allocations for services for the aged are analyzed from a national and a state perspective. Submitting the data to several measures of equity, the authors conclude that, generally, the aged ...
  • Hanlon Martin D. (Sage Publications, 1986-06-01)
    Previous research has found a consistent, positive relationship between age and commitment to work and the job. However, it is not clear if it is age per se or correlates of age, such as job tenure or length of service ...
  • Hraba Joseph; Lorenz Frederick O.; Pechacova Zdenka (Sage Publications, 1997-12-01)
    Depression increases with old age in the United States. Three sources of stress are thought to account for this relationship: economic stress, poor health, and social isolation. The relation between these sources of stress ...
  • Herzog A. Regula; Morgan James N. (Sage Publications, 1992-06-01)
    The definition of personal productivity based on paid work is expanded to include many forms of unpaid work. The productivity of these forms of unpaid work is estimated empirically, using several economic approaches (an ...
  • Herzog A. Regula; Rodgers Willard L. (Sage Publications, 1981-06-01)
    The authors studied the relationship between age and variables measuring satisfactions with specific domains of life as well as global satisfaction and happiness. Data from several large, mostly national, surveys of American ...
  • George Linda K.; Okun Morris A.; Landerman Richard (Sage Publications, 1985-06-01)
    Previous studies indicate that age differences in life satisfaction are minimal, especially when other variables are statistically controlled. This article examines the degree to which age moderates the impact of several ...
  • Rakowski William (Sage Publications, 1988-03-01)
    Secular trends in morbidity, mortality, and risk factor prevalence highlight the importance of adopting a life-span approach to the study of health-related behaviors. To help address this question, the predictors of nine ...
  • Carp Frances M.; Carp Abraham (Sage Publications, 1981-09-01)
    There is difficulty in developing conceptual models that apply through-out the adult years. For example, that of Campbell et al. (1976) accounts for the behavior of people aged 18-54, but not those older. Their findings ...
  • Mueller Charles W.; Mutran Elizabeth; Boyle Elizabeth Heger (Sage Publications, 1989-12-01)
    Age discrimination in earnings has been difficult to establish because of the confounding effects of human capital variables that deteriorate as workers grow older. To assess the extent to which declining earnings result ...
  • Bessey Barbara L.; Ananda Srijati M. (Sage Publications, 1991-12-01)
    The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) was passed by Congress in 1967 to prohibit arbitrary discrimination in the workplace on the basis of age. The present interest in age discrimination can only increase, because ...
  • Borgatfa Edgar F. (Sage Publications, 1991-12-01)