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Introduction: A 21st-Century Global Perspective on Aging and Human Maturity in Cultural Context.
A Global Vision of Aging, Culture, and Context.
2: Global Aging in the New Millennium.
3: Web Book: Complaint Discourse, Aging, and Caregiving Among the Ju'hoansi of Botswana—With 2018 Update.
4: Web Book: Beyond the Grandmother Hypothesis: Evolutionary Models of Human Longevity.
5: “You Don't Have to Act or Feel Old”: Successful Aging as a U.S. Cultural Project.
6: Web Book: Culture and the Meaning of a Good Old Age.
7: Web Book: From Successful Aging to Conscious Aging.
8: Web Book: Menopause: A BioCultural Event.
9: Trans(gender)/Gender-Diverse Aging.
10: Web Book: Is Killing Necessarily Murder?: Moral Questions Surrounding Assisted Suicide and Death.
The Life Course and Intergenerational Ties in Cultural and Global Context.
12: Aging and Society in the New Life Course.
13: Ethnography, Technology Design, and the Future of “Aging in Place”.
14: Imagining Institutional Care, Practicing Domestic Care: Inscriptions around Aging in Southern Ghana.
15: Eldersourcing and Reconceiving Work as Care: Lessons from Retirement on the Line.
16: Web Book Photo Essay: Curriculum Vitae: A Photographic Essay of Elderly Urban Workers from Peru.
17: Web Book: Images of Aging: Cultural Representations of Later Life.
18: Web Book: Intergenerational Sites: New Trends in Urban Planning, Global Trends, and Good Practices from the United States and Beyond.
19: Web Book: Global Perspectives on Widowhood and Aging.
20: Web Book: Grandparenting Styles: The Contemporary Native American Experience.
Aging, Globalization, and Societal Transformation.
22: Web Book: Aging and the Age of Globalization.
23: Communities of Care and Zones of Abandonment in “Super-Aged” Japan.
24: Narrating the Future: The Demographic Imaginary in an Aging Thailand.
25: Globalizing Late Life in China and Realigning the State, Family, and Market Interests for Eldercare.
26: Web Book: “One to One and “Five by One：The Senior Companions Program in China.
27: Indigenous Mexican Elders Engage the 21st Century.
28: Aging after Socialism: Global Capitalism, Social Transformation, and Retirement in Romania.
Cultural Diversity and the Ethnic Dimension in Aging: Culture, Context, and Creativity.
30: Migrant Elders and the Limits of Family Support in a Globalizing World.
31: Detroit African Americans Fishing for Food and Heritage: Threats from Factory Toxins.
32: Web Book: Fare Insieme: Making and Doing Things Together in Milan.
33: “Demasiado Fuerte” (Too Tough): Puerto Rican Great-Grandmothers Discuss Familismo and Grandmothering in the U.S. Mainland.
34: Ancestral Landscapes of Culture: Ethnicity and Cemeteries in England.
35: Web Book: Battling a New Epidemic: American Indian Elders and Diabetes Linda Carson.
36: Web Book: Losing, Using, and Crafting Spaces for Aging: Muslim Iranian Americans in California's Santa Clara Valley.
37: Web Book: Aging in Exile: Family Support and Emotional Well-Being among Older Cuban Immigrants in the United States.
38: Web Book: Age of Wisdom: Elderly Black Women in Family and Church.
Age-Friendly Communities, Kinscripts, Families, and Elderscapes: Transforming Cultural Spaces for Aging.
40: Web Book: The Structural Vulnerability of Older People in a Matrilineal Society: The Minangkabau of West Sumatra, Indonesia.
41: Old People Everywhere: The Future of Age-Friendly Communities.
42: Web Book Photo Essay: Working Together Across Generations: An Experiment in Open Space Design.
43: Web Book: Growing Older in World Cities: Benefits and Burdens.
44: Old Age Homes, Love, and Other New Cultures of Aging in Middle-Class India.
45: Gray as Green: Civic Ecology, Community Gardens, and Elders Seeking Healing and Community.
46: Web Book: Spaces of Age—About the Elderscapes of Charlotte County, Florida.
47: Web Book: An Organization for the Elderly, by the Elderly: A Senior Center in the United States.
48: Web Book Photo Essay: “Where Are the Bones in Their Noses?”: Community Aged in North American RV Camps and in Papua New Guinea.
The Quest for Gerontopia: Culture and Health in Late Life.
50: Beyond the Blue Zones: Insights from the Okinawa Centenarian Study.
51: The New Frontier of Robotics in the Lives of Elders: Perspectives from Japan and Europe.
52: “Train Yourself Free”: How Elderly Citizens Exercise Freedom of Choice in the Danish State.
53: Web Book Photo Essay: Female Mutual Support in Kyoto and Kampala.
54: Web Book: Keeping the Elderly Alive: Global Entanglements and Embodied Practices in Long-Term Care in Southeast Italy.
55: Triangles of Care in Transnational Spaces of Aging: Social Engagements between Urban Tanzania, Oman, and the United States.
56: The Extended Body: On Aging, Disability, and Well-Being.
57: Web Book Photo Essay: “Differently Young” and “Non Autosufficienti” Managing Old-Age Stigma in a Senior Center.
58: Web Book: Heroic Stories of Dementia Care: Grandchildren as Caregivers and Fallacies of Care.
59: Web Book: Beyond the Institution: Dementia Care and the Promise of the Green House Project.
60: Web Book: The Future of Aging in Postindustrial Context.
61: Web Book: Between Humans and Ghosts: The Decrepit Elderly in a Polynesian Society.
About the Editor and Contributors.