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1 edited by R. J. Havighurst, J. M. A. Munnichs, B. Neugarten, H. Thomae: Adjustment to Retirement: A Cross-National Study
Assen: Van Gorcum & Comp., 1969 
Hardback ISBN 902320011X EX-LIBRARY BOOK with date pocket inside front cover, ink stamp on front end paper Covers are slightly rubbed. Dustwrapper is heavily worn with tears. Contents: 1) R. J. Havighurst, Bernice L. Neugarten: The aims and methods of the cross-national research on aging. 2) W. D. Frohlich, J. Becker, V. L. Bengtson, A. Bigot: The problem of cross-national reliability of ratings, some tentative approaches and findings. 3) V. L. Bengtson: Differences between sub-samples in level of present role-activity. 4) V. L. Bengtson: Occupational differences in retirement: Patterns of role activity and life-outlook among Chicago teachers and steel-workers. 5) M. Cesa-Bianchi, F. Ravaccia, A. M. Maderna, A. Zandomeneghi: Post-retirement patterns in Milano. 6) Dorota Techniczek: The Warsaw-teachers and steel-workers. 7) J. M. A. Munnichs: Role-patterns among aging and aged teachers and steel-workers in the Netherlands. 8) Ursula Lehr, G. Dreher: Determinants of attitudes toward retirement. 9) B. Neugarten, R. J. Havighurst: Disengagement reconsidered in a cross-national context. 10) H. Thomas: Cross-national differences in social participation: problems of interpretation. Appendices: I) Sampling characteristics and demographic information from the national groups. II) The Interview Schedule. III) The Social Rule Rating Scales. IV) Tables of mean scores on each variable. V) A note on intercorrelations of present activity scores in the twelve social roles 195 pages Wt 0.7 Kg Good 
Price: 19.50 GBP
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