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Efficacious sampling methods are needed to recruit representative samples of under-represented research populations. The purpose of this article is to describe and evaluate a step-by-step methodological approach for sampling rare populations (e.g., Black female caregivers and noncaregivers)....
Life-cycle theory suggests that workers would prefer to gradually enter retirement from their career jobs. Using data from 15 campuses of the University of North Carolina system, this study provides a first look at the effects of the introduction of a phased retirement program on faculty...
This study examined daily life in a personal care home using anthropological theories of liminality and communitas associated with rites of passage. Purposes of this article are to (1) describe daily life in terms of its setting, activities, and social system (elements of normative communitas)...
Local key informants provided data on individual adult cases of AIDS for assessing the impact of the epidemic in Thailand on aged parents and other family members. In most cases, parents provided care for their infected adult children, often assisted with expenses, and frequently played a main...
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