Volume 28 Issue 1, 2018
Public Policy & Aging Report, published quarterly, explores policy issues generated by the aging of American society. Each thematic issue is designed to stimulate debate, highlight emerging concerns, and propose alternative policy options.
Introduction: The Futures of Aging Policy/ Robert B Hudson, PhD [free]
Gerontology’s Political Blind Spot / Robert B Hudson, PhD; Greg O’Neill, PhD [free]
Race, Aging, and Politics: America’s Cultural Generation Gap / William H Frey; Robert B Hudson, PhD
Cumulative Advantage and the Retirement Prospects of the Hollowed-Out Generation: A Tale of Two Cohorts / Stephen Crystal, PhD; Robert B Hudson, PhD
Aging Policy in a Majority-Minority Nation / Jacqueline L Angel, PhD; Robert B Hudson, PhD
Shifting Social Context in the Lives of LGBTQ Older Adults / Karen Fredriksen Goldsen, PhD; Robert B Hudson, PhD
What Policymakers Need to Know About Long-Term Services and Supports / Joshua M Wiener, PhD; Michael Lepore, PhD; Jessica Jones, BA; Robert B Hudson, PhD
The Future of Housing for the Elderly: Four Strategies that Can Make a Difference / Jon Pynoos, MCP, PhD; Robert B Hudson, PhD
The Life and Times of the Aging Network/ Robert Applebaum, MSW, PhD; Suzanne Kunkel, PhD; Robert B Hudson, PhD
SOURCE: Oxford University Press. “Public Policy & Aging Report.” The Gerontological Society of America, Volume 28 Issue 1, 2018.
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