Senior Australians at university :voices in the wilderness?

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Cook, James Henry. (2006). Senior Australians at university :voices in the wilderness? In Chris Shanley and Teri Roberts (Ed.). ERA 2006 Abstracts and proceedings of the 5th National Conference of Emerging Researchers in Ageing. Sydney,Australia: Centre for Education and Research on Ageing, University of Sydney. pp. 83 - 85
AuthorsCook, James Henry
KeywordsEducation not elsewhere classified;--The aged
Year2006
PublisherCentre for Education and Research on Ageing, University of Sydney
Open accessOpen access
Page range83 - 85
ISBN1864878738
Place of publicationSydney,Australia
EditorsChris Shanley and Teri Roberts
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