Aging for the Twenty-first Century: Readings in Social Gerontology

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St. Martin's Press, 1996 - Ageism - 568 pages
This interdisciplinary introduction to key issues in social gerontology--the study of aging and the life course--includes theoretical and research writings by leading scholars.

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