Items where Division is "Faculty of Social and Human Sciences > Social Sciences > Ageing / Gerontology" and Year is 2009
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Zaidi, Asghar, Harding, Ann and Williamson, Paul (eds.) (2009) New frontiers in microsimulation modelling, Farnham, GB, Ashgate, 640pp. (Public Policy and Social Welfare).
Aboderin, Isabella (2009) Health systems, HIV/AIDS and the development agenda in sub-Saharan Africa: implications for ageing populations. In, Schoenmaeckers, Ronald C. (ed.) Population Ageing. Towards an Improvement of the Quality of Life? , Belgium, Research Centre of the Flemish Government, Belgium, 113-152.
Aboderin, Isabella and Ferreira, Monica (2009) Linking ageing to development agendas in sub-Saharan Africa: challenges and approaches. Journal of Population Ageing, 1, (1), 51-73. (doi:10.1007/s12062-009-9002-8).
Aboderin, Isabella (2009) Aging in West Africa. In, Uhlenberg, Peter (ed.) International Handbook of Population Aging. New York, US, Springer, 253-276. (International Handbooks of Population, Handbook 1).
Aboderin, Isabella and Ferreira, Monica (2009) African region. In, Palmore, Erdman, Kunkel, Suzanne and Whittington, Frank (eds.) The International Handbook on Aging: Current Research and Developments. , Praeger , 1-28.
Glaser, Karen, Price, Debora, Willis, Rosalind, Stutchbury, Rachel and Nicholls, Malcolm (2009) Life course influences and well-being in later life: a review. Manchester, GB, Equality and Human Rights Commission, 76pp.
Willis, Rosalind (2009) Family support in Britain: a question of need, culture or enabling factors? At 19th IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Paris, FR, 05 Jul 2009.
Willis, Rosalind (2009) More similar than different: Informal support and ethnic diversity. In, British Society of Gerontology’s 38th Annual Conference, Bristol, GB, 02 - 04 Sep 2009.
Willis, Rosalind (2009) Myths and statistics: an exploration of the assumptions connected to ethnicity and family support. In, Radical Statistics Annual Conference, An Ageing Society: Are We Prepared? , Oxford, GB,