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Life Course Analysis of Older Adult
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Solomon, Catherine. 2010. “Life Course Analysis of Older Adult”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


For the final project, you will be doing a life course analysis of an older adult’s life. You must choose someone who is older than 65 to get a full life-course perspective. You may select someone you know, but be careful about selecting someone you know "too well" who may be tempted to say, "you already know that" in response to a question. A family...

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Aging/Social Gerontology
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