1 edition of Studying ageing found in the catalog.
Bo G. Eriksson
|Statement||Bo G Eriksson|
|Series||Göteborg studies in sociology -- 41|
|LC Classifications||HQ1061 .E74 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||2010457030|
Ageing, like bankruptcy in Hemingway’s description, happens two ways, slowly and then all at once. The slow way is the familiar one: decades pass with little sense of internal change, middle age arrives with only a slight slowing down—a name lost, a lumbar ache, a sprinkling of white hairs and eye wrinkles. Transformer Ageing: Monitoring and Estimation Techniques is an industrially relevant and essential textbook for graduate students, engineers and researchers studying transformers and condition monitoring techniques. It is also a helpful reference for industry professionals working in transformer condition monitoring and life assessment.
Ageing studies (or age studies) is a field of theoretically, politically, and empirically engaged cultural analysis that was developed by scholars from many different the past fifteen years the field of ageing studies has flourished, with a growing number of scholars paying attention to the cultural implications of population ageing. aging, in biology, cumulative changes in an organism, organ, tissue, or cell leading to a decrease in functional capacity. In humans, aging is associated with degenerative changes in the skin, bones, heart, blood vessels, lungs, nerves, and other organs and tissues.
WHO Study on global AGEing and adult health (SAGE) WHO's SAGE is a longitudinal study collecting data on adults aged 50 years and older, plus a smaller comparison sample of adults aged 18–49 years, from nationally representative samples in China, Ghana, India, . Presenting international reflection on methods for studying old age from a variety of research backgrounds, Researching Ageing showcases the latest research in the field and will appeal to scholars across the social sciences, including sociology, demography, psychology, economics and geography, with interests in gerontology, ageing and later life.
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A prickly sort of book, this is a conversation about aging by two philosophers who discuss everything from economics to skincare to love.
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