The definitions and Onset of an Old Person in South-Western Nigeria
This paper investigates the definitions and onset of an old person in South-Western Nigeria. It is undeniable fact to note that there are different definitions of ‘an old person’ and their onset as indicated in this paper. Conventionally, anyone who has reached the age of 60 or 65 years is regarded as the ‘onset of an old person’. But on contrary, this recent study is strongly...
Published at Educational Gerontology Journal by Routledge Taylor and Francis Group
Published in 2015
Dr. Akanbi Moses Ayokunle,Professor Fadayomi Theophilus Oyeyemi,Associate Professor Wusu Onipede, Associate Professor Tinuola Femi O., Dr. Amoo Emmanuel Olagunju, Gbadebo Babatunde Makinde, Olawole-Isaac Adebanke and Adekola Paul Oluwatomipe
Akanbi Moses » Moses Akanbi Ayokunle is a Demographer and a Statistician with over 6 years of professional experience as a university lecturer.He also teaches Statistics at undergraduate levels.An Assistant Lecturer in the department of Economics and Development Studies in Covenant University. He had both Bachelor of Science(Bsc) and a masters' degree in Demography and Social Statistics from Obafemi Awolowo... view full profile
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