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Product NameFamilies In Later Life: Connections And Transitions
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AuthorAlexis J. Walker, Margaret Manoogian-O'dell, Lori Mcgraw, Diana L. White
Page Count344
BindingPaperback
Published01/22/2001
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Long DescriptionThe ideal core text for courseS on Families in Later Life , this is the only book on the subject that addresses the diversity of aging experiences in society by race, gender, and social class, and in a form which combines insight from the humanities as well as the social sciences.
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