ASA Publications // Generations and Aging Today Generations is the quarterly journal of the American Society on Aging, published in both print and digital formats. Each peer-reviewed, single-topic issue of Generations brings together the latest in research, practice, and policy on a key issue in the field of aging. The multidisciplinary readership includes physicians, researchers, policymakers, nurses, therapists, social workers, administrators and numerous other professionals in aging. Each issue has a print run of 6,000, with hundreds of institutional subscribers.
Generations Sponsorship Benefits
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Issues Available for Sponsorship Generations, Fall 2018 | $15,000–$22,500 Family Matters: Older Adults Caring for Others and for Each Other (Guest Editor: Mercedes Bern-Klug, Professor, University of Iowa School of Social Work and Director, Aging & Longevity Studies Program) This issue focuses on older adults as caregivers to family members and friends, and aims to sensitize the reader to situations in which older adults are continuing the role of caregiver into older age or are new to the caregiving role. Articles will cover topics related to families and caregiving, and include: filial piety/responsibility; retirement impacts; legacy and estate planning; caring for adult children with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities; family conflict; guardianship; late onset mental health issues; and more. Generations, Winter 2018–19 | $15,000–$22,500 Politics of/and Aging (Guest Editors: Robert Hudson, Professor of Social Welfare Policy, School of Social Work, Boston University; Robyn Stone, Senior Vice President of Research, LeadingAge) This issue takes an in-depth look at politics of and around aging, examining the current national political landscape; politics at the state and local levels; older adults and the political process; older (and younger) people as leaders and advocates; the ethnic, racial, and economic diversity of the older adult cohort; voting patterns and trends in older adult cohorts; older women’s involvement in politics; how older people can sustain U.S. democracy; intergenerational issues and politics; immigration and older people and its influences on the political landscape; impacts of environmental change upon older people; and more.
*Sponsors may add a series of three one-hour web seminars based on the Generations issue for an additional $7,500, and may also purchase bulk copies of the issue at an attractively discounted per-copy cost.
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