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Linda G. Martin and Samuel H. Preston, eds., 1994. A wide-ranging analysis of the demographics of aging is presented in this book. Chapter themes include economic and income data on the elderly, health care, medical demography, socioeconomic differences in adult … Continue reading
National Rural Health Association, 1994. This report concludes that health care is not adequate in America’s frontier communities. Recommendations made in the document include the establishment of a national definition for frontier service areas, the development of financing mechanisms for … Continue reading
Jacob S. Siegel, 1993. The book documents changes in the social, economic, and demographic aspects of older Americans. The study encompasses the period from the 1950s through the mid-1980s. New York: Russell Sage Foundation A Generation of Change: A Profile … Continue reading
Patricia Winstead-Fry, Julia Churchill Tiffany, and Raelene V. Shippee-Rice, 1992. New York: National League for Nursing Rural Health Nursing: Stories of Creativity, Commitment, and Connectedness … Continue reading
William M. Gesler and Thomas C. Ricketts, eds., 1992. This collection of articles includes the work of experts in public health, demography, and geography in the consideration of rural health care services and delivery. Of particular attention are children, older … Continue reading
Frank Popper, 1986. In this paper, published in the Yale Review, Frank Popper argues that the American Frontier continues to cover large areas of the country and to influence policies and attitudes concerning land use, natural resources, and the environment. … Continue reading