The productive contribution by older adults to the lives of others
through altruism and helping is the focus of this book, which
provides a useful antidote to the view that the elderly are
recipients rather than givers of help.
Following a brief historical survey of ageing treatments, the
authors present their own theoretical model of successful ageing.
Based on a carefully applied methodological review of research
focusing on altruism and the elderly, the results reveal the
relative frequency, nature, correlates and ramifications of the
contributions they make.
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