Ageing Baby Boomers

Write Editions / Tusitala (RLS) Pte Ltd
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 The baby boomers have come of age – the first cohort born in 1946 is
now 65 years old. The pervasive themes in this book are mental
resilience, the ethical mind and life satisfaction. What factors
influenced and determined the lives of 40 young lads from a small
Malaysian town who were from the same school in 1964? Their experiences
and life stories are juxtaposed with another group of baby boomers in
Singapore. This book is, in essence, a quantitative and qualitative
study of their collective experiences.There are many books on
gerontology in the libraries and bookshops, but they are all written
from the British or American perspective. Ageing Baby Boomers is written
from anAsian perspective, viewed through the lens of time by a
doctor who has lived and worked on both sides of the Causeway. Professor
Kua Ee-Heok hopes it will ignite interest, like the yeast for the
unleavened bread; its effervescence will give rise to new ideas in
addressing the most pressing issue of the age – the ageing of the baby
boomers.
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Publisher
Write Editions / Tusitala (RLS) Pte Ltd
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Published on
Mar 31, 2014
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Pages
128
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ISBN
9789810792923
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