This book examines the lived experiences of women who are currently aging in the workforce. It offers a summary of existing research, as well as noting where current frameworks miss the mark on the experiences of older women in the workforce.
This book examines various models of program evaluation to understand the effectiveness of programs.
This book examines the psychological effects on human behavior as a result of having less than they need. They argue that scarcity, of any kind, is a stressor which has a particular effect on human behavior. The argument is that by understanding scarcity, humans are better able to understand the strategies they employ to combat scarcity, and gain a clearer focus of modern day problems as well as human behaviors.
This book examines all things related to aging for older women. It examines the spaces in which older women hold power, the roles older women play, leadership opportunities, as well as clinical interventions to empower older women. It provides a summary of existing research as well as limitations to the research at present.
This book offers students a comprehensive overview of the field of Social Entrepreneurship.