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Volume 30, Number 3, September/septembre 2011

Table of Contents

Guest Editorial: Introduction to Special Issue Commemorating the 25th Anniversary of the 1986 Inception of the Butterworths Series on Individual and Population Aging and the 30th Anniversary of the Founding of the Canadian Journal on Aging

pp. 307-308

Éditorial collaboration spéciale: Introduction au numéro spécial commémorant le 25ième anniversaire de la création en 1986 de la Série de Butterworth sur le vieillissement individuel et de la population et le 30ième anniversaire de la fondation de La Revue canadienne du vieillissement

pp. 309-310

The Geographic Mobility of Elderly Canadians

pp. 311-322

Aging in Rural Canada: A Retrospective and Review

pp. 323-338

Revisiting Widowhood in Later Life: Changes in Patterns and Profiles, Advances in Research and Understanding

pp. 339-354

Social Support, Caregiving, and Aging

pp. 355-370

Beyond the ‘Iron Lungs of Gerontology’: Using Evidence to Shape the Future of Nursing Homes in Canada

pp. 371-390

Economic Security in an Aging Canadian Population

pp. 391-399

Retirement Lost?

pp. 401-422

Older People in Canada: Their Victimization and Fear of Crime

pp. 423-436

Elder Abuse and Neglect in Canada: The Glass is Still Half Full

pp. 437-465

Subjective Well-being in Later Life: 20 Years after the Butterworths Monograph Series on Individual and Population Aging

pp. 467-477

Conceptualizing Age-Friendly Communities

pp. 479-493

Aging and the Body: A Review

pp. 495-510

Canada’s Aging Population (1986) Redux

pp. 511-521

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