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Holzberg, Carol S. – Gerontologist, 1982
Reviews and critiques the literature on minority elderly. Shows how research on minorities has led to an analytical muddle with the issue of ethnicity. Examines the relevance of ethnicity to social and cultural gerontology. Demonstrates how ethnicity can often facilitate adjustment to the psychical and physical constraints of aging. (Author)
Descriptors: Adjustment (to Environment), Aging (Individuals), Cultural Influences, Ethnicity