Coming to terms with ageing: What do we say?

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Cook, James Henry. (2005). Coming to terms with ageing: What do we say? In Mair Underwood and Kate Suridge (Ed.). ERA 2005 The 4th National Conference for Emerging Researchers in Ageing. Brisbane, Australia: The University of Queensland Printery. pp. 73 - 76
AuthorsCook, James Henry
KeywordsThe aged;--Social Policy
Year2005
JournalAbstracts and Proceedings of ERA 2005 The 4th National Conference for Emerging Researchers in Ageing
PublisherThe University of Queensland Printery
Page range73 - 76
ISBN1864998377
Research GroupSchool of Arts
Place of publicationBrisbane, Australia
EditorsMair Underwood and Kate Suridge
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