JACKSON, James . Linda M. CHATTERS and Roberts Joseph TAYLOR, ed. AGING IN BLACK AMERICA. Newbury, Park: Sage Publications, In. 1993, 338 p. $ 2. 5 softcover. The seventeen chapters in this volume provide analyses of data collected in the National Survey of Black Americans. Aging, Minority Status, and Disability By Markides, Kyriakos S. Rote, Sunshine Generations, Vol. 38, No. 4, Winter 2014.
Robert Joseph Taylor, MSW, P. James S. Jackson is a geologist and adjunct professor of geology at Portland State. Jackson is a geologist and adjunct professor of geology at Portland State University. He has flown more than a million miles on commercial flights.
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Taylor, Chatters and Levin have produced an excellent study on a neglected topic. This is a blockbuster of a book on black religion. The authors use a multidimensional framework to examine both quantitative data from several large-scale surveys of African American life and qualitative interviews from 13 focus groups. The book has helpful appendixes on data used, references, and an extensive bibliography. This is an outstanding book that provides the reader with an in-depth understanding of religion in the lives of African Americans. Religion in the Lives of African Americans. Jackson, James . Chatters, Linda . Taylor, Robert Joseph. Other Identifiers: ISR 6230. Show full item record.
Robert Joseph Taylor, James S. Chatters
Robert Joseph Taylor, James S. Chatters. Professor Taylor has published extensively in two major areas (informal social support networks and religious participation). His work on the informal networks investigates the role of family, friends, and church members as sources of social support to adult and elderly Black Americans.
Sections are devoted to community, friends and family; church and religion; health, social functioning and well-being; group identity and political participation; and retirement and work.