Negotiating a Good Old Age: Challenges of Residential Living in Late Life
Based on a ten-year longitudinal study of over one hundred aged adults, this book offers insights into how the elderly negotiate for the best life possible within increasing constraints.
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Choices and Challenges of Residential Life
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