“Based on her thirty-year research at a senior center in upstate New York [Lifelong!], anthropologist [and long-time Lifelong member and supporter,] Yohko Tsuji describes old age in America from a cross-cultural perspective. Comparing aging in America and in her native Japan, she discovers that notable differences in the pan-human experience of aging are rooted in cultural differences between these two countries…Tsuji’s research discloses how her American interlocutors ingeniously fill this gap between the ideal and the real to live meaningful lives…
Yohko Tsuji is an adjunct associate professor anthropology at Cornell University” ~Rutgers University Press release
Stay tuned for Yohko’s presentation about her research coming up sometime next year. If you would like to read her book, we will soon have two copies available to borrow or you can purchase a copy yourself with a 30% discount and free shipping directly from Rutgers.
Visit rutgersuniversitypress.org or call 1800 621 9523 for more information and to order her book. The discount code is RFLR19