Work, aging, and social change: professionals and the one life-one career imperative
Considers "how people's expectations from higher education have changed as a result of World War II and how these expectations, reflecting a reordering of values, have had pervasive consequences for the experience of work and the sense of the passage of time, one of the core ingredients of the sense of aging"--Preface.
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The Plan of the Book
Great Expectations and the Experience
World War II and Its Immediate
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