Attitudes Toward Aging

The below items have "Attitudes Toward Aging" as a subject.

Titlesort descending Format Publication Year Call Number Abstract
Accepting Life's Transitions DVD 2003 AG5.A1

This program examines the aging process from beginning to end, defining age from the viewpoints of biology, psycholog

Aging 03/04 Book 2003 AG8.A2

Aging 03/04 is one in a series of over seventy-five volumes, each designed to provide convenient, inexpensive access

Aging 05/06 Book 2005 AG8.A20

Aging 05/06 is one in a series of over seventy-five volumes, each designed to provide convenient, inexpensive access

Aging as a Spiritual Practice: A Contemplative Guide to Growing Older and Wiser Book 2012 RE1.A20

Aging as a Spiritual Practice is a wise, compassionate book that guides readers through the four key stages of aging—

Aging, 98/99 Book 1998 AG8.A20

Covers aging, quality of life, societal attitudes, problems and potential of aging, retirement, dying, living environ

Aging, eleventh edition Book 1997 AG8.A20

Covers aging, quality of life, societal attitudes, problems and potential of aging, retirement, dying, living environ

Aging, fourth edition Book 1985 AG8.A20

Covers aging, longevity, societal attitudes, problems and potentials of aging, retirement, dying, living environments

Aging, seventh edition Book 1991 AG8.A20

Covers aging, quality of life, societal attitudes, problems and potential of aging, retirement, dying, living inviron

Aging, third edition Book 1983 AG8.A20

Covers aging, longevity, societal attitudes, problems and potentials of aging, retiremenets, dying, living environme

Aging: continuity and change Book 1983 AG1.A40

A general overview on aging which covers: "perspective," "how does it feel to grow older?" "

Aging: The Fulfillment of Life Book 1976 AG1.F50

In Aging, Henri J.M. Nouwen and Walter J.

Common Beliefs About the Rural Elderly: What Do National Data Tell Us? Book 1993 RU1.V1
Don’t Grow Old: Holding Back the Years DVD 2010 PR5.D30

This informative, new program poses all of these questions and more in its broad attempt to examine and understand th

Growing old in a new age: myths and realities of aging [program 1] Videocassette 1993 AG5.U3

Part of a 13-part series.

Man Alive: Aging and Saging Videocassette 1998 AG5.M10

This program takes viewers to the Omega Institute, a large human potential center, to a weekend Elder Circle moderate

Man Alive: Aging and Saging DVD 1998 AG5.M10

This program takes viewers to the Omega Institute, a large human potential center, to a weekend Elder Circle moderate

Mass media and the image of aging (from the series: Do not go gentle) Videocassette 1991 AG5.S13

Carl Carmichael examines the images of older people in advertising and commercial media.

Mass media and the image of aging (from the series: Do not go gentle) DVD 1991 AG5.S13

Carl Carmichael examines the images of older people in advertising and commercial media.

Never Say Die: The Myth and Marketing of the New Old Age Book 2011 AG1.N11

"I am about to present a portrait of advanced old age," Jacoby (The Age of American Unreason) warns, "

No longer young: the older woman in American. Proceedings of the 26th annual conference on aging. Book 1975 AG1.B10

Covers status of older women; mechanisms for change in a sociological and political context; resources for change; an

Ping Pong: Never Too Old for Gold DVD 2012 PR5.P25

Terry (81) having been given a week to live, gets in sight of winning gold.

Positive Aging: A Guide for Mental Health Professionals and Consumers Book 2006 PS1.P30

In a groundbreaking book, Robert Hill, a psychologist, professor, and leading researcher in geriatric care, rethinks

Seven Strategies for Positive Aging Book 2008 PS1.P31

A practical companion to Robert Hill’s Positive Aging: A Guide for Mental Health Professionals and Consumers, Seven S

Summary of images and ideas on aging (from the series: Do not go gentle) DVD 1991 AG5.S15

Weaves themes from the four other videotapes in the series into a critique of our perception of aging in today's soci

Summary of images and ideas on aging (from the series: Do not go gentle) Videocassette 1991 AG5.S15

Weaves themes from the four other videotapes in the series into a critique of our perception of aging in today's

The aging game: success, sanity and sex after 60 Book 1979 AG1.A30

Covers the strategies of aging (money and work, physical and mental health, love and sexuality, family and social all

The Longest Game DVD 2013 PR5.L10

Meet Hal, Charlie, and Maurie, three of a group of "elderly gentlemen" who for years have been gathering every day at

To the Good Long Life: What We Know About Growing Old Book 1974 AG1.T30
Truth about aging: guidelines for accurate communications Book 1986 AG1.A30

Provides advice on how to communicate about aging without using stereotypes and ageist commentary.

Understanding aging: mine, yours, theirs Book 1988 AG4.B30

Includes physical and mental changes in aging which were originally designed for the Lubbock Independent school distr

What's your aging I.Q.? Book 1991 AG4.N10

A true-false questionanaire, with answers, to debunk some commonly held myths on aging.

Wind Grass Song: The Voice of our Grandmothers Videocassette 1989 FM5.W20

Based on interviews with Oklahoma women aged 85 to 101 years, Wind Grass Song presents a unique vision of U.S.

Wind Grass Song: The Voice of our Grandmothers DVD 1989 FM5.W20

Based on interviews with Oklahoma women aged 85 to 101 years, Wind Grass Song presents a unique vision of U.S.

Wrinkles Don't Hurt: Daily Meditations on the Joy of Aging Mindfully Book 2011 PS1.W40

No matter if we're thirty or ninety, we can learn to live in a way which will help us deepen our joy of living.

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