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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Antje Kampf; Barbara L Marshall; Alan R Petersen
|ISBN:||9780415699389 041569938X 9780203081372 0203081374|
|Description:||ix, 208 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Aging Men, Masculinities and Modern Medicine: An Introduction Antje Kampf, Barbara L. Marshall and Alan Petersen Part 1: Rethinking Concepts: Historical Perspectives Chapter 1. Ageing, Embodiment and the Negotiation of the Third and Fourth Ages Paul Higgs and Fiona McGowan Chapter 2. Testosterone and the Pharmaceuticalization of Male Aging Elizabeth Siegel Watkins Chapter 3. 'There Is A Person Here': Rethinking Age(ing), Gender and Prostate Cancer Antje Kampf Part 2: Scientific and Health Discourses on Aging Men Chapter 4. Aging Men: Resisting and Endorsing Medicalization Elianne Riska Chapter 5. The Vicissitudes of 'Healthy Ageing': The Experiences of Older Migrant Men in a Rural Australian Community Susan Feldman, Alan Petersen and Harriet Radermacher Chapter 6. What A Difference A Gay Makes: The Constitution Of The "Older Gay Man" William Leonard, Duane Duncan and Catherine Barrett Part 3: Aging, Sexualities and Identities Chapter 7. Decreasing Erectile Function and Age-Appropriate Masculinities in Mexico Emily Wentzell Chapter 8. Enhancing Masculinity and Sexuality in Later Life Through Modern Medicine: Experiences of Polygamous Yoruba Men in Southwest Nigeria Agunbiade Ojo Melvin Chapter 9. "I Haven't Died Yet" Navigating Masculinity, Aging and Andropause in Turkey Maral Erol and Cenk Ozbay Part 4: Care Work Chapter 10. Older Men: The Health And Caring Paradox Kate Davidson Chapter 11. Aging Men, Masculinity, and Alzheimer's: Caretaking and Caregiving in The New Millennia Bethany Coston and Michael Kimmel|
|Series Title:||Routledge studies in the sociology of health and illness.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Antje Kampf, Barbara L. Marshall and Alan Petersen.|
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