Economics of Aging: Disciplinary Approaches to Aging

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Topics include factors linked to gender, race, ethnicity, and cultural diversity as well as changes and challenges for social and public services, public policy, and the politics of aging. Analyzing the commitment-loyalty link in service contexts: Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science Vol 27(3) Sum 1999, 333-348. Many colleges require a Police Records Check for admission to the program, and may also require specific immunizations and documents before allowing students to participate in a field placement.

Pages: 446

Publisher: Routledge (June 21, 2002)

ISBN: 0415939003

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