By Graham D. Rowles
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B. Work, aging, and social change: Professionals and the one-life one-career imperative. New York: Free Press, 1977. 4 Time, Space, and Activity M. POWELL LAWTON This chapter will discuss the activity patterns of older people as they are related to the broadest concept of well-being. Activity as discussed here may be defined as the time allocations of overt behaviors within specifiable environmental contexts. Thus the basic ingredients of the discussion to follow are time, space, activity, and well-being.
This grim portrait should explain my reputation as one of the most pessimistic scholars in the field of gerontology. Having drawn the broad outlines, I would now like to add some color. The outline of developmental dynamics that I have sketched here suggests a possible harmony between childhood and old age. I am not arguing Shakespeare's notion of a "second childhood"; indeed, I want to underscore the fact that the losses of later life do not parallel the expectations of childhood. Childhood ends with the achievement of H am indebted to Leland Taylor, whose poetry ranges to embrace this historical romance, for helping to preserve for the Bible its rightful place in contemporary psychology.
Aging in western societies. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1960. Butler, R Why survive? Being old in America. New York: Harper and Row, 1975. Estes, C. The aging enterprise. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1979. Morris, R. Social policy of the welfare state: An introduction to policy analysis. New York: Harper & Row, 1979. Schultz, J. H. ). Belmont, Calif: Wadsworth, 1980. Tibbitts, C. ( E d ) . Handbook of social gerontology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1960. U. S. Government Commerce Department.
Aging and Milieu. Environmental Perspectives on Growing Old by Graham D. Rowles