- Title Pages
- Lists of photos, figures and tables
- Notes on contributors
- Series preface
- Introduction: Spaces and practices of care for older people in Sub-Saharan Africa
OneWill families in Ghana continue to care for older people? Logic and contradiction in policy
TwoCaring for people ‘without’ value: movement, reciprocity and respect in Kinshasa’s retirement homes
ThreeOlder people providing care for older people in Tanzania: against conventions – but accepted
FourPlace matters: the home as a key site of old-age care in coastal Tanzania
FiveCare and identity in rural Malawi
SixMaking sense of neglect in northwest Tanzania
SevenNegotiating care for older people in South Africa: between the ideal and the pragmatics
- Afterword: Discourses of care for older people in Sub-Saharan Africa: towards conceptual development
- Ageing in Sub-Saharan Africa
- Chris Phillipson, Toni Calasanti, Thomas Scharf
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