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Contents Contents <h2>Contents</h2> ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 000 1. Introduction: Social Location and the Political Economy of Long-term Care 000 2. Policies and Programs: The Public and Private Costs of Care 000 3. The Domestic Sphere: Family Caregivers 000 4. The Workplace Environment: The Paid Caregivers 000 5. The Frail Elderly: How They Experience Care 000 6. Multiculturalism: Race, Ethnicity, and Class 000 7. Nursing Homes: A System Run Amok 000 8. Because That's Where the Money Is 000 9. Conclusion: Toward a New Vision of Care Work 000 References 000 Index 000 About the Author 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Aged Long-term care United States, Frail elderly Long-term care United States, Aged Government policy United States, Caregivers United States, Aged women United States