Cover of: European-American Elderly | Christopher Hayes Read Online

European-American Elderly A Guide for Practice by Christopher Hayes

  • 816 Want to read
  • ·
  • 67 Currently reading

Published by Springer Pub Co .
Written in English


  • United States,
  • Social work with older people,
  • Health/Fitness,
  • Services For The Aged,
  • Older European Americans,
  • Services for

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8165943M
ISBN 100826154506
ISBN 109780826154507

Download European-American Elderly


Get this from a library! European American elderly: an annotated bibliography. [David Guttmann] -- Contains entries to literature published in the United States during the past 15 years. Criteria for inclusion are (1) work concerns persons 65 years of age or over, and (2) work deals with group.   European-american Elderly European-American Elderly: A Guide for Practice, Book Reviews. Download all figures. 3 Views. 0 Citations. View Metrics Author: L. Colleen Johnson. Additional Physical Format: Online version: European-American elderly. New York: Springer Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. Joan C. Payne, in Acquired Aphasia (Third Edition), European Americans. European American immigrants began to decline in number from the early decades of this century. Because of its immigration history, the Euro-American population was overrepresented in among the age categories of old (65 to 74 years) and old–old (75 years and older; Lee, ).

Similarly, the European-American tendency to give weight to personal affinity and liking in assessing interpersonal responsibilities has links to the acceptability of divorce and of institutional care for elderly parents in the European-American culture, just as the Hindu-Indian tendency to treat interpersonal responsibilities as more. Those living alone were more likely to be widowed, female, and European American. Elderly people living with others reported higher levels of depression and poorer functioning. The identity of White Americans can be described along a number of dimensions. Perhaps the most basic is the statistical portrait derived from numerical data as compiled by the U.S. Census Bureau; however, a more nuanced understanding of this group emerges from consideration of their history, culture, and social location. White Americans by the Numbers [ ]. In a 2-year study following European American and African American caregivers of a family member diagnosed with dementia, it was found that over time, _____. Compared to African American caregivers, European American caregivers experienced greater feelings of stress.

other european american systems Folk healing systems from European countries predating biomedicine, many of which include religious healing and use of herbs, may still be practiced in some areas of the U.S. Variations on the belief systems of allopathic medicine, or competing health philosophies have emerged in the U.S. in the past century. These principles in the WHO classification were based on the Revised European-American Classification of Lymphoid Neoplasms (REAL) published by the International Lymphoma Study Group in 2 The validation of this proposal in a large series of tumors from different parts of the world 3 and the publication of the third edition of the WHO Cited by: The Western cultural stigma around aging and death doesn't exist in Greece. In Greek and Greek-American culture, old age is honored and celebrated, and respect for elders is central to the family. Arianna Huffington described an experience of Greek elderly respect in her book, On Becoming Fearless: "Ten years ago I visited the monastery of. Wes is an American Indian. If you ask him, he will tell you that he likes European Americans—indeed, many of his closest friends are of European American background. However, if Wes is alone at night walking on the street, he is more likely to startle if a European American than he is if an American Indian approaches him. This suggests that Wes.