Monthly Archives: January 2013

Gero-Punk Preoccupations: How do we know gerontology when we see it?

What do gerontologists think they are doing when they do gerontology?  What makes gerontology different from other academic disciplines and fields of study and practice?  (That is, how is gerontology distinct from other related disciplines and fields, such as geriatrics, … Continue reading

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Gero-Punk Practice: Lifelong Yearning (Part III)

The title of the presentation I gave this past Wednesday was “Leading your Team as a Life Long Learner,” and, as I’ve confessed to you (and to the participants), I didn’t initially reflect on the title of the presentation – … Continue reading

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Gero-Punk Practice: Lifelong Yearning (Part II)

In case some of you were waiting for a status report on my presentation, “Leading Your Team as a Life Long Learner,” I thought I’d do a follow-up to the gero-punk practice essay I posted yesterday. So, let me start … Continue reading

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