Note: papers from a research symposium held Aug. 20-23, 1981. 1) Population projections: Certainties and uncertainties. / Betty Havens. 2a) Social implications of a changing age structure. / John F. Myles. 2b) Discussion of paper. / Ellen M. Gee. 3a) Population aging and family life. / Leonard D. Cain. 3b) Discussion of paper. / John Crawford. 4) Social security past and present. / Charles B. Walker. 5) Aging, pensions and demographic change. / John P. Herzog. 6) Social policy concerns relating to retirement: Implications for research. / James K. Martin. 7a) The future impact of the changing status of women. / Neena L. Chappell. 7b) Discussion of paper. / Elinor J. Burwell. 8a) Education and the future. / J. Richard Connelly. 8b) Discussion of paper. / Mary Hill. 9a) Research on beliefs and attitudes about old people. / Nathan Kogan. 9b) Discussion of paper. / Wolfgang Weissleder. 10a) Possibilities and problems in using service generated data for longitudinal research on aging: Part 1: Experiences from British Columbia. / Gloria M. Gutman & Annette J. Stark. 10b) Part 2: Experiences from Manitoba. / Betty Havens.
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