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GERO 320: Introduction to Aging: Home

Looking for a unique experience to focus on? Try these ideas

  • Look at the suggestions your professor gave on your assignment.
  • Think of a group or situation that interests you. Can you turn this into a focus for your research paper?
  • Have you seen an issue in your class readings, the news, or on social media that interests you?
  • The table of contents for the Oxford Handbook of Social Work and Aging might give you ideas too.

Find Peer-reviewed Articles

Below are the best starting points for doing your research:

Explore more options on the Gerontology Subject Guide.

Finding Peer-Reviewed Gerontology Articles

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