Fahreen Rajani

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The theory of gerotranscendence, a developmental theory of positive aging was proposed by Lars Tornstam in 1989. It was based on the empirical researches done by him in late 1970s and early 1980s [4] and work of other theorists [5,6]. Tornstam began to explore aging with a phenomenological qualitative approach. 50 participants aged between 52 to 97 years(More)
In high-income countries, migrant live-in caregivers are increasingly in demand to provide health and social care in the home. While there is a wide range of research on the perspectives of live-in caregivers (including domestic workers) in destination countries, few studies address the perspective of families who hire them. The aim of this study was to(More)
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