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Research on Aging


Title Abbreviation
Res Aging
ISSN
0164-0275
Electronic ISSN
1552-7573
Readership
Demographers, Epidemiologists, Geriatricians, Gerontologists, Nurses, Public Health Professionals, Social Workers
Scope
Research on Aging is an interdisciplinary journal designed to reflect the expanding role of research in the field of social gerontology. Research on Aging exists to provide for publication of research in the broad range of disciplines concerned with aging. Scholars from the disciplines of sociology, gerontology, history, psychology, anthropology, public health, economics, political science, criminology, social work, nursing, demography, epidemiology, and geography are encouraged to contribute articles to the journal. Emphasis will be on materials of broad scope and cross-disciplinary interest. Assessment of the current state of knowledge is as important as provision of an outlet for new knowledge, so critical and review articles are welcomed. Systematic attention to particular topics will also be featured.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
SAGE Publications - US
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