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Ageing International

, Volume 15, Issue 2, pp 39–41 | Cite as

Black aging in cross-cultural perspective

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Keywords

Modernization Theory American Black Private Health Insurance Coverage Extend Family Household Black Mortality 
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References

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    Donald A. Cowgill,Aging Around the World. Belmont, California: Wadsworth, 1986.Google Scholar
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    Donald A. Cowgill, “Aging in Cross-Cultural Perspective: Africa and the Americas,” in E. Gort (ed.).Aging in Cross-Cultural Perspective: Africa and the Americas, New York: Phelps Stokes Institute, 1988.Google Scholar
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    Nana Araba Apt, “Aging in Africa.”Ibid. Google Scholar
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    Michele Teitelbaum, “Singing for Their Supper and Other Productive Work of African Elderly.”Ibid. Google Scholar
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    Sidney Greenfield, “The Elderly in Brazil: Some Contrasts and Comparative Insights.”Ibid. Google Scholar
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    Rose C. Gibson, “Aging in Black America: The Effects of an Aging Society.”Ibid. Google Scholar
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    Marjorie H. Cantor, “Modernization and the Black Elderly.”Ibid. Google Scholar

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