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An Agenda On Productive Aging: Research, Policy, And Practice, Nancy Morrow-Howell Sep 2004

An Agenda On Productive Aging: Research, Policy, And Practice, Nancy Morrow-Howell

Center for Social Development Research

The Center for Social Development (CSD) at Washington University in St. Louis is advancing an agenda on productive aging, focusing on three primary forms of productive engagement: employment, volunteerism/civic engagement, and caregiving. These are activities that produce goods and services, whether paid for or not, and that have effects beyond individuals to families, communities, and society. Older adults who engage in these activities make important economic and social contributions, though these contributions are often undervalued. This agenda on productive aging builds on the results of a CSD-sponsored symposium where leading gerontologists from many academic disciplines discussed older adults as ...


Asset Building: Increasing Capacity For Performance Measurement And Effects+B200, Amanda Moore Mcbride Jul 2004

Asset Building: Increasing Capacity For Performance Measurement And Effects+B200, Amanda Moore Mcbride

Center for Social Development Research

Asset Building: Increasing Capacity for Performance Measurement and Effects


Youth Service And Elder Service In Comparative Perspective, Fengyan Tang Jul 2004

Youth Service And Elder Service In Comparative Perspective, Fengyan Tang

Center for Social Development Research

Youth Service and Elder Service in Comparative Perspective