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The Resource Intergenerational Pathways to a Sustainable Society

Intergenerational Pathways to a Sustainable Society

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Intergenerational Pathways to a Sustainable Society
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Intergenerational Pathways to a Sustainable Society
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Intergenerational Pathways to a Sustainable Society
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Intergenerational Pathways to a Sustainable Society
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Contents
  • Foreword -- Reference -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Chapter 1: Overview -- References -- Chapter 2: Introduction -- 2.1 Exploring the Link to Sustainability -- 2.2 Finding Sustainability in an Aging Society -- 2.2.1 What Does It Mean to Age? -- 2.2.2 Intergenerational Applications: Calls for an Age-{u00AD}Integrated Society -- 2.3 Intergenerational Terminology, Underlying Conceptual Framework, and Historical Context -- 2.3.1 Clarifying Intergenerational Terminology -- 2.3.2 Key Themes and Concepts in the Intergenerational Literature -- 2.3.3 Intergenerational Practice in Historical and International Context -- 2.4 Transcending the Challenges Encountered in Intergenerational Programs and Practices -- References -- Chapter 3: Intergenerational Approaches for Sustaining Individual Health and Well-being -- 3.1 Foundational Concepts -- 3.1.1 Emphasis on Health from a Lifespan Perspective -- 3.1.2 The Relationship Between Self-Perception and Health -- 3.1.3 From "active aging" to "active living" -- 3.1.4 From Health Literacy to Health Promotion -- 3.1.5 Drawing Upon the Social Ecological Model for Understanding Health Behavior -- 3.1.6 Social Support and Health -- 3.2 Health Benefits of Being Intergenerationally Connected with Others -- 3.2.1 An Antidote to Loneliness? -- 3.2.2 The Health Benefits of Volunteering -- 3.2.3 Health Benefits Associated with Having a "sense of purpose in life" -- 3.2.4 Meaningful Social Roles and Health -- 3.3 Intergenerational Pathways for Promoting Healthy Lifestyles -- 3.3.1 Introduction -- 3.3.2 Intergenerational Rationale and Strategies for Promoting Physical Activity -- 3.3.3 An Intergenerational Approach to Nutrition Education and Healthy Eating Practices -- 3.3.3.1 Introduction -- 3.3.3.2 Food-Related Family Communication Challenges -- 3.3.3.3 The FRIDGE Program
  • 3.3.4 Valuing Vaccinations Across Generations -- 3.3.5 Creating Intergenerational Settings That Are Conducive to Active Living and Healthy Eating -- 3.4 Intergenerational Approaches for Supporting Vulnerable and Underserved Populations at Home and in Community Settings -- 3.4.1 Military Veterans: The Mission Continues -- 3.4.1.1 Services Provided for Veterans -- 3.4.1.2 Veterans Serving Others -- 3.4.2 New Immigrants -- 3.4.3 Children and Youth in Foster Care -- 3.4.4 "At risk" Children and Youth -- 3.4.5 Intergenerational Community Support Systems for Individuals with HIV and AIDS -- References -- Chapter 4: Intergenerational Strategies for Sustaining Families and Family Life -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Support for Family Caregiving -- 4.2.1 A "circle of care" as Foundational Concept -- 4.2.2 A Comparative and International Perspective -- 4.3 Eldercare -- 4.3.1 Intergenerational Home Visitation Schemes -- 4.3.2 Caring for the Caregiver -- 4.3.3 Communication Training for Family Caregivers and Caregiver Professionals -- 4.4 Grandparents and Other Relatives Raising Children -- 4.4.1 Support Groups and Other Family-to-Family Support Systems -- 4.4.2 "Kinship Navigator" Programs -- 4.4.3 Respite Care -- 4.4.4 Kinship Family Retreats -- 4.4.5 Advocacy -- 4.4.6 Housing for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren -- 4.5 Technological Tools to Strengthen Family Communication and Caregiving -- 4.5.1 Introduction -- 4.5.2 Family Care Mapping -- 4.5.3 Community Care Networks -- 4.5.4 An Aid to Long Distance Grandparenting and Family Remembrance -- References -- Chapter 5: Intergenerational Strategies for Promoting Lifelong Learning and Education -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.1.1 Learning, Education, and Relational Practices -- 5.1.2 Learning, Education, and Intergenerational Practices -- 5.1.3 The Question at Stake
  • 5.2 Creating Purposeful Intergenerational Lifelong Learning and Education -- 5.3 Combatting Discontinuity and Disconnection -- 5.3.1 Mix-age Intergenerational Education -- 5.4 Strengthening Intergenerational Trust -- 5.4.1 Intergenerational Mentoring -- 5.4.2 Intergenerational Homesharing -- 5.5 Learning to be in a More Diverse World -- 5.5.1 Age Diversity -- 5.5.2 Ethnic and Gender Diversity -- 5.6 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6: Intergenerational Strategies for Sustaining Strong Communities -- 6.1 Employing an Intergenerational Lens for Building Community -- 6.2 Conceptual Pillars for Framing Intergenerational Strategies for Building Community -- 6.2.1 Tackling Real World Issues in Diverse Community Settings -- 6.2.2 Adopting an (Inter)Generational Orientation Toward Community Participation and Social Inclusion -- 6.2.3 Prioritizing Relationships -- 6.2.4 Emphasizing Interagency and Cross-Sectoral Collaboration -- 6.2.5 Tuning into the Temporal Component of Community Change -- 6.2.5.1 Exploring the Past -- 6.2.5.2 Visioning and Planning the Future -- 6.3 In Search of "Intergenerational Community" -- 6.3.1 Mono-Generational, Multi-Generational, and Intergenerational Conceptions of Community and Community Development -- 6.3.1.1 Overview -- 6.3.1.2 Age-Friendly Communities: Partly Multi-Generational, Partly Intergenerational -- 6.3.1.3 Child/Youth-Friendly Communities -- 6.3.2 Moving Toward an Age-Integrated, Intergenerational Paradigm for Civic Engagement and Community Development -- 6.3.2.1 Merging Age-Friendly and Child/Youth Friendly Conceptions of Community -- 6.3.2.2 Community Capacity Building Conceptions and Actions -- 6.4 Examples of Intergenerational Community Building -- 6.4.1 Community-Level Interventions -- 6.4.2 Larger Scale Interventions -- 6.5 Considerations of the Built Environment -- 6.5.1 Overview
  • 6.5.2 Intergenerational Contact Zones: Conceptual Framework and Applications -- 6.5.3 Intergenerational Design Applications -- 6.5.3.1 Multi-Generational and Intergenerational Parks and Playspaces -- 6.5.3.2 Intergenerational Housing Schemes -- 6.6 Summary -- References -- Chapter 7: Intergenerational Strategies for Establishing Sustainable Work Environments -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 The Agenda Ahead -- 7.3 Importance of Intergenerational Relationships in the Workplace -- 7.4 Generations in the Workplace: More Than Age Management -- 7.5 Generational Identities in Organizations -- 7.6 Generations in the Workplace: More Than Tagging -- 7.7 Key Challenges in Facilitating Intergenerational Relationships in the Workplace -- 7.8 Undermining Negative Stereotypes and Social Prejudices -- 7.9 The Process of Planning an Intergenerational Program in the Workplace -- 7.9.1 Do You Need to Start an Intergenerational Program at your Workplace? -- 7.9.2 Where Are You Starting from? The Baseline Situation -- 7.9.3 What Type of Intergenerational Program Should You Choose? -- 7.9.4 How Can I Involve Participants Belonging to Different Generations? -- 7.9.5 How Do I Know If I'm in the Right Path? -- 7.9.6 Overall, Act with "generational awareness" -- 7.9.7 Nurture Multi-age Perspectives -- 7.10 More Recommendations for Practice -- 7.11 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 8: Intergenerational Strategies for Preserving and Appreciating the Natural Environment -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Intergenerational Environmental Education Programs and Activities -- 8.2.1 Program Themes and Characteristics -- 8.2.2 Examples of Programs and Activities -- 8.3 At the Intersection Between Ecological Sustainability and Intergenerational Sustainability -- References -- Chapter 9: Conclusion -- 9.1 From Pilot Project to Pathway -- 9.1.1 Strengthening and Sustaining Individual Programs
  • 9.1.2 Scaling Up -- 9.1.2.1 Working toward "collective impact" -- 9.1.2.2 The Role of Intergenerational Networks -- 9.1.2.3 Working to Influence Policy -- 9.1.2.4 Moving the Intergenerational Field Forward -- 9.2 The Search for a Sustainable Society: Tying It All Together with "CIRCLES" -- 9.3 A Question of Values -- 9.3.1 Values Associated with How We Relate to People of Other Generations -- 9.3.1.1 A Commitment to Younger Generations -- 9.3.1.2 A Commitment to Older People -- 9.3.2 Values Related to Community and Environment -- 9.3.3 Values Related to Lifelong Learning and Education -- 9.3.4 Values Related to Workplace Environments -- 9.4 Last Word -- References
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