Introduction to the Use of Cohort Analysis and the Elderly with an Emphasis on Recreation
Burda, James R. (Jim)
I began my first month of the project quarter on the West Coast, staying with friends of the family, working on my tennis game and frequenting the local college libraries. During this month, I must have read more works of general literature than any quarter I had spent at Kalamazoo. When I returned hone to Bloomington, Illinois, I spent most of my time funneling my topic down at Illinois State University. When I finally felt confident that I could expand my findings on cohort analysis, I reached my final researching destination - my recently deceased grandmother' s apartment in Evanston, Illinois, one mile from Northwestern University, half of a mile from my Chicago-area tennis club. My days were then spent playing tennis and my evenings (under a false identification), were spent at the library. T!his paper is strictly a review of literature. My analysis stems from works written in the 1950's to more recent pieces including a 1986 issue of USA Today (all of which are included in my bibliography) .
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