A Fresh Map of Life: The Emergence of the Third Age
Harvard University Press, 1991 - 213 pagina's
The prospect of spending long years in reasonable health and scarcely impaired activity, far beyond the convenient landmark of retirement, has already become the norm--without anybody really noticing it, let alone appreciating the implications. In this highly original and perhaps controversial book, Peter Laslett urges us to plan ahead for personal enrichment--before retirement and before the children leave home--before we reach the Third Age.
A New Division of the Life Course
How Long Can Anyone Go On Living?
The Age of Britain as a Country
The Age of the Present British Population
The Rectangular Survival Curve and the Secular Shift in Ageing
The Emergence of the Third
Hostile and Demeaning Descriptions of the Elderly
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