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  Volume 23 Supplement/Supplément 2004

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From: Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement

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pp. S3-S4


Geographic Dimensions of Aging in Canada, 1991-2001

pp. S5-S21

Life Cycle Theory and the Residential Mobility of Older Canadians

pp. S23-S37

Publicly Funded and Family-Friend Care in the Case of Long-Term Illness: The Role of the Spouse

pp. S39-S48

Understanding the Influence of the Complex Relationships among Informal and Formal Supports on the Well-Being of Caregivers of Persons with Dementia

pp. S43-S53

Examining the Healthy Immigrant Effect in Mid- To Later Life: Findings from the Canadian Community Health Survey

pp. S55-S63

Reflexive Planning for Later Life

pp. S71-S82

The Economic Legacy of Divorce and Separation for Women in Old Age

pp. S83-S97

The Interplay between Women's Life Course Work Patterns and Financial Planning for Later Life

pp. S81-S95

Help to Older Parents and Parents-in-Law: Does Paid Employment Constrain Women's Helping Behaviour?

pp. S97-S112

Helping to Build and Rebuild Secure Lives and Futures: Financial Transfers from Parents to Adult Children and Grandchildren

pp. S113-S125

A Life Course Perspective on the Relationship between Socio-economic Status and Health: Testing the Divergence Hypothesis

pp. S145-S153

Healthy Aging at Older Ages: Are Income and Education Important?

pp. S155-S169

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