Elderly People in Modern Society Anthea Tinker

ISBN: 9780582061897

Published: January 1st 1992

Unknown Binding

378 pages


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Elderly People in Modern Society  by  Anthea Tinker

Elderly People in Modern Society by Anthea Tinker
January 1st 1992 | Unknown Binding | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 378 pages | ISBN: 9780582061897 | 3.32 Mb

This series provides students of social administration and social work with informative guides to the major areas of social policy. beginning of their courses. Western societies have become more aware of the fact that we are an ageing society withMoreThis series provides students of social administration and social work with informative guides to the major areas of social policy. beginning of their courses. Western societies have become more aware of the fact that we are an ageing society with fewer babies being born and more people surviving into old age. This book offers an account of the present situation and analyzes some of the problems and options for the future.

coverage of the subject, taking into account a wide range of literature from medicine, architecture, sociology, psychology and social policy. No previous knowledge is assumed. the social sciences, medicine, nursing, social work, law and geography. It should also stimulate interest among many professions, voluntary bodies and the general public.



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