Mother time women aging and ethics edited by margaret urban walker lanham md rowman littlefield 1999 this book arrived at a particularly pertinent time in my life i just turned 65 and decided to retire from academia i wish there were another word for retire because to many people . Fifteen original essays open up a novel area of inquiry the distinctively ethical dimensions of womens experiences of and in aging contributors distinguished in the fields of feminist ethics and the ethics of aging explore assumptions experiences practices and public policies that affect womens well being and dignity in later life the book brings to the study of womens aging a . This collection of original essays opens up a novel area of inquiry the distinctively ethical dimension of womens experiences of aging fifteen distinguished contributors here explore assumptions experiences practices and public policies that affect womens well being and dignity in later life. Mother time women aging and ethics margaret urban walker editor margaret urban walker contributor sandra lee bartky contributor daniel callahan contributor joan c callahan contributor peggy desautels contributor robin fiore contributor frida kerner furman contributor. This unforgettable volume addresses a topic few publications touch the aging of women mother time women aging and ethics is a wonderful collection of essays assembled by margaret urban walker rarely has an ethical dimension of womens aging ever been discussed in the academic world
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