'Age Discrimination' is part of the 'Theory Into Practice' series. This series fills a significant gap in the market for short, user-friendly texts, written by experts, that succinctly introduce sets of theoretical ideas, relate them clearly to practice issues, and guide the reader to further learning.
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The Theory Base
The Implications for Practice
Discrimination and Oppression
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