An Ageing population: a reader and source-book
From sociological, psychological, economic, and medical perspectives, the status and needs of the increasing population of elderly persons is examined and community responsibilities in meeting the needs of the elderly are explored
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Destructive Emotions: And how We Can Overcome Them : a Dialogue with The ...
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The history of ageing and the aged
Ageing in advanced industrialized societies
Ageing and public expenditure in the United
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