Work and Caring for the Elderly: International Perspectives
Viola M. Lechner, Margaret B. Neal
Psychology Press, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 246 pages
Looks at how Sweden, Germany, Canada, US, Great Britain, Japan, Israel, Mexico, Brazil, China and Uganda are dealing with the work-elder dilemma.
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