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Ageing Resource Communities : New frontiers of rural population change, community development and voluntarism.

By: Skinner, Mark.
Contributor(s): Hanlon, Neil.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Routledge Studies in Human Geography: Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2015Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (243 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781317542223.Subject(s): Community development | Population aging | Rural development | Rural health | Rural population | VoluntarismGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Ageing Resource Communities : New frontiers of rural population change, community development and voluntarismDDC classification: 304.61 LOC classification: HQ1061 -- .A4244184 2016Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of figures -- List of tables -- Notes on contributors -- Preface -- 1 Introduction to ageing resource communities -- Part I New frontiers -- 2 New frontiers of rural ageing: resource hinterlands -- 3 Place integration: notes on a Deweyan framework for community inquiry -- 4 Voluntarism, older people, and ageing places: pathways of integration and marginalization -- Part II International perspectives -- Perspectives on rural population ageing -- 5 Rural ageing in farm communities in Ireland: changing agricultural resources - changing lives -- 6 Austerity, welfare reform, and older people in rural places: competing discourses of voluntarism and community? -- 7 Long-termcare service delivery challenges for ageing in place in rural communities: a health region case study of home and residential care -- Perspectives on rural community development -- 8 Gamvik, 'a good place to grow old': the role of voluntary organizations in an ageing resource-dependent municipality in northern Norway -- 9 Experiences of economic change in small town New Zealand: implications for voluntarism and community capacity -- 10 Planning for all ages and stages of life in resource hinterlands: place-based development in northern British Columbia -- Perspectives on rural voluntarism -- 11 Plugging the gaps? Voluntary sector innovation for supporting healthy rural ageing -- 12 Civic and voluntary contributions of retirement migrants and their impact on rural community sustainability: perceptions of local governments -- 13 Voluntarism, community culture, and ageing in place in resource-based communities -- Part III Discussion -- 14 Emerging issues in ageing resource communities -- 15 Towards new rural ageing futures -- Index.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of figures -- List of tables -- Notes on contributors -- Preface -- 1 Introduction to ageing resource communities -- Part I New frontiers -- 2 New frontiers of rural ageing: resource hinterlands -- 3 Place integration: notes on a Deweyan framework for community inquiry -- 4 Voluntarism, older people, and ageing places: pathways of integration and marginalization -- Part II International perspectives -- Perspectives on rural population ageing -- 5 Rural ageing in farm communities in Ireland: changing agricultural resources - changing lives -- 6 Austerity, welfare reform, and older people in rural places: competing discourses of voluntarism and community? -- 7 Long-termcare service delivery challenges for ageing in place in rural communities: a health region case study of home and residential care -- Perspectives on rural community development -- 8 Gamvik, 'a good place to grow old': the role of voluntary organizations in an ageing resource-dependent municipality in northern Norway -- 9 Experiences of economic change in small town New Zealand: implications for voluntarism and community capacity -- 10 Planning for all ages and stages of life in resource hinterlands: place-based development in northern British Columbia -- Perspectives on rural voluntarism -- 11 Plugging the gaps? Voluntary sector innovation for supporting healthy rural ageing -- 12 Civic and voluntary contributions of retirement migrants and their impact on rural community sustainability: perceptions of local governments -- 13 Voluntarism, community culture, and ageing in place in resource-based communities -- Part III Discussion -- 14 Emerging issues in ageing resource communities -- 15 Towards new rural ageing futures -- Index.

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<p>Mark Skinner is Associate Professor of Geography and Director, Trent Centre for Aging & Society, Trent University, Canada.</p> <p>Neil Hanlon is Associate Professor and Chair, Geography Program, University of Northern British Columbia, Canada.</p>

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