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Residing in a long-term care community can provide numerous opportunities for collective identification and cooperative action to address the chronic stressors of aging, including issues of health and well-being. Communal coping, a process that entails the identification of a stressor as...
Research demonstrates that race disparities in health often persist after controlling for individual socioeconomic status (SES). Yet little is known about the contribution of community socioeconomic context to race disparities in health among older adults. The authors hypothesized that Black...
Previous studies of the determinants of living arrangements for immigrant elderly have focused on cultural tradition or individual characteristics, without addressing community-level structural factors. This study examined the living arrangements of Korean American elderly. The authors...
Gender differences in employment rates in later life, although still substantial, have narrowed dramatically in the past four decades. The authors hypothesize that some of the gender variation in employment rates results from gendered differences in the demand for labor independent of...
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