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Emotionen und Streßbewältigung bei älteren Menschen

  • Christine Schwarzer
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Part of the Forschungsberichte des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen book series (FOLANW, volume 3247)

Zusammenfassung

Während die Forschungsbemühungen von Pädagoglnnen und PsychologInnen schon immer dem individuellen Älterwerden des Menschen von der Geburt bis zum Erwachsenenalter galten, stellen die Phänomene der “graying world” (Lehr, 1983, S. 5), dem Älterwerden einer ganzen Population bzw. eines ganzen Volkes und der zunehmenden Lebenserwartung jedes einzelnen Menschen des westlichen Kulturkreises ganz neue Herausforderungen dar.

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  • Christine Schwarzer
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  1. 1.Erziehungswissenschaftliches InstitutHeinrich-Heine-Universität DüsseldorfDeutschland

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