The Resource Ageing in the Mediterranean

Ageing in the Mediterranean

Ageing in the Mediterranean
Ageing in the Mediterranean
This important and timely volume brings together a distinguished set of international scholars who provide rich information about the social, economic, political, and historical factors responsible for shaping ageing policy in the Mediterranean region
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no index present
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non fiction
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Ageing in the Mediterranean
  • 8. Migration, retirement and transnationalism in the Mediterranean region
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  • Ageing in the Mediterranen_4Helen_NoBackCover; Ageing inthe Mediterranean; Contents; List of tables and figures; Tables; Figures; Preface: Working for future ageing societies: ambivalent realities in the Mediterranean region; The present agenda of population ageing; Focusing on the Mediterranean region; Notes on contributors; Part I. The Mediterranean region: its social fabric; 1. Squaring the circle: demographic outlook and social development as determinants of ageing in the Mediterranean; Entering a contested terrain; What is 'the Mediterranean'?; Ambivalences in contrast
  • 6. The present and future health status of older people in the Mediterranean regionIntroduction; Measuring health; Health and quality of life; Disability and the need for care; Improving health and quality of life among older people in the Mediterranean region; Conclusion; 7. The new risk of dependency in old age and (missed) employment opportunities: the Southern Europe model in a comparative perspective; Introduction; Care policies and female employment in European countries; The Southern European trajectory in a comparative perspective: problems and prospects in Italy and Spain; Conclusion
  • Modernisation as a critical reference for researching ageingThe ageing complex in the Mediterranean: challenges and developments; Consequences and perspectives; 2. Demographic outlook of ageing in the Mediterranean, 1950-2050; Introduction; Socioeconomic consequences; Demographic data and population ageing; Population ageing in the Mediterranean region; Determinants of population ageing; Trends in population ageing; Demographic characteristics of the elderly population; Conclusion; 3. An ageing population, institutional context and family values in Southern Europe
  • The 'southern welfare states' and the southern shore countries'Le noir et le bleu: un rêve méditerranéen?'; Part II. Comparisons and diversity inemployment, health and care: ageingin the Mediterranean; 5. Ageing and employment in the Mediterranean: old and new challenges; The age divide; Some economic consequences of an ageing population; Market selection, age-related discrimination and policy disincentives; Setting the incentives right: an overview of macro and micro policies; What can MENA countries learn from their northern shore partners?
  • What is so special about the Mediterranean?Historical study of Mediterranean family patterns and its contemporary relevance; European divides; Structure, culture and the role of the family as welfare agency on the two Mediterranean shores; Conclusion; 4. Becoming conscious of the 'whole Mediterranean': old cleavages and recent developments; Surprising experiences and new directions; Sudden ruptures and traditional divisions; Landscape and environment as elementary conditions; Crisis in this maritime world; New lines of reasoning about 'the Mediterranean'
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  • (OCoLC)856870709
  • ebl1447301072

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