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Laslett’s theory of the Third Age regarding postretirement life satisfaction was tested from the social participation perspective in Canada by a quantitative method. Fears about growing old negatively significantly predicted both life and retirement satisfactions after adjusting for significant activity theory co variates. Canada’s eminent poverty preventing strategies supported retiree life satisfaction.

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Summer 2012

City

Minneapolis, MN

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Research Symposium

Fear as a Predictor of Life Satisfaction for Retirees in Canada

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