Blog: Legal and Regulatory Factors Associated with Global Inequalities in Aging

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Blog: Legal and Regulatory Factors Associated with Global Inequalities in Aging [WLOs: 3, 4] [CLOs: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6]
The purpose of this assignment is to evaluate legal and regulatory factors associated with global inequalities in aging and to discuss conceptual frameworks for addressing the political, legal and regulatory issues. For this assignment, create a blog post from the point of view of an Elder Care Advocate about a specific inequity facing the aged population in the US or another Country of your choosing (several are referenced in the readings). Your post should include:
· Identification and background information about the inequity (e.g., economic);
· Your critical evaluation of specific legal or regulatory practices that contribute to the inequity and/or aim to mitigate the inequity and any recommended changes to existing policies or laws or proposal for new laws or regulations.
· Application of at least one specific theoretical framework and related concepts (e.g., Political Economy Theory; Cumulative Advantage/Disadvantage Theory) referenced in the readings to support your evaluation and recommendations.
Initial Post should be at least 500 words.
Required Resources
Text
Bengtson, V. L., Gans, D., Putney, N. M., & Silverstein, M. (Eds.). (2016).
Handbook of theories of aging
(3rd ed.). Springer.
· Chapter 21: Aging in Place
· Chapter 22: Theories that Guide Consumer-Directed/Person Centered Initiatives in Policy and Practice
· Chapter 23: Theories Guiding Support Services for Family Caregivers
· Chapter 24: Theoretical Foundations for Designing and Implementing Health Promotion Programs
· Chapter 25: Theories of the Politics and Policies of Aging
· Chapter 26: Theories of Help-Seeking Behavior: Understanding Community Service Use by Older Adults
Recommended Resources
Book
Gruber, J., & Wise, D. A. (Eds.). (2008).Social security and retirement around the world. University of Chicago Press.
Article
DiPrete, T.,& Eirich,G. (2006). Cumulative advantage as a mechanism for inequality.Annual Review of Sociology, 32, 271 – 297.

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