This comprehensive guide works at the nexus of the humanities and health professions to provide the intellectual rationale, history, and a substantive overview of humanistic gerontology as it has emerged in the United States and Europe.Utopia may be the destination, but it is never reached. ... In addition, and for Canadians in particular, the Lake Chapala region combines this kind of medical tourism with a perfect ... In Ageing and Place: Perspectives, policy, practice, ed.
|Title||:||A Guide to Humanistic Studies in Aging|
|Author||:||Thomas R. Cole, Ruth E. Ray, Robert Kastenbaum|
|Publisher||:||Johns Hopkins University Press - 2010-05-03|