Director's Editorials from Age in Action

Document Type

Editorial

Original Publication Date

2007

Journal/Book/Conference Title

Age in Action

Volume

22

Issue

2

Date of Submission

February 2015

Abstract

A small group of Japanese and American gerontologists have been working together toward developing a gerontology curriculum that would help people to understand the experience of aging. The group suggested adding business, information technology/communication, and education to the curriculum. The group also acknowledged that a curriculum on aging should include a way to help those of us who are not old to understand the importance for many who are old of the search for the infinite, the true self, the oneness, the spirit, or the divine, at the core of life.

Rights

Copyright managed by Virginia Center on Aging.

Is Part Of

Director's Editorials from Age in Action

Recommended Citation

Ansello, E. (2007). Re-imagining the experience and study of aging. Age in Action, 22(2).

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