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Subjective Scale Is a Better Predictor of Fear of Falling than Objective Scale among Older Adults

Objective and subjective physical function measures both significantly correlated with FOF but the subjective scale is a better predictor of an individual with FOF among older adults.

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Published online: April 20, 2017

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Narratives of Intergenerational Relationships in Maanshan, a Small Chinese City

This paper reflects on inter-generational relationships from the perspective of young generations on the future of elderly care for their parents in the context of Mainland China.

Published online: March 29, 2017

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Life Course and Physical Activity of an Aging America

This paper addresses physical activity in an aging America using life-course theory. The study uses multiple years of a cross-sectional survey to explore relationships to background factors.

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Published online: March 29, 2017

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Post-occupancy Evaluation on the Physical Environment of Five Care and Attention Homes for the Elderly in Hong Kong

This research evaluates typical care and attention homes in Hong Kong through the method of post-occupancy evaluation.

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Published online: February 17, 2017

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Intersecting Dialogues in Health and Aging: Developing Digital Trust Networks in Regional Australia

This exploratory paper discusses an emerging dialogue between gender and aging in regional Australia’s digital future. It concerns trust philosophy and proposed digital peer support networks of older men "at-risk-of-suicide."

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Published online: February 10, 2017

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Who’s “Really” Old?: Addressing Shifting Targets of Ageism through Intragroup and Intergroup Perceptions of Aging

Ageism is addressed through in-group and out-group perspectives of Canadian students (n=216) and seniors (n=184). Results show the fragmentation of old age whereby the oldest are highly stigmatized.

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Published online: January 24, 2017

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Social Representations of Violence against the Elderly

This paper discusses representations of violence against the elderly examined through the lens of the Theory of Social Representations.

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Published online: December 8, 2016

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The Effects of Elderly Employment on Youth Employment in Japan

We found that elderly employment has increased the probability of new graduates failing to find a full-time job and decreased their future income by 7–8%.

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Published online: November 22, 2016

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Quality of Life and the Role of Communal Space in Sheltered Housing: A Qualitative Study

This paper describes findings from a study exploring the experiences of the value of communal spaces in sheltered housing and the contribution communal spaces made to residents' quality of life.

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Published online: November 22, 2016

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An Andragogic Approach to Fall-prevention Education for the Elderly in Community-based Settings

This paper discusses positive effects of fall prevention education by utilizing the andragogic principles of adult education as a theoretical framework for health promotion related to fall prevention education.

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Published online: November 15, 2016

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