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by Clare Gillies,Anne James

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Author:
Clare Gillies,Anne James
ISBN13:
978-0412580703
ISBN:
0412580705
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Publisher:
Springer; 1994 edition (January 1, 1994)
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Social Sciences
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1999 kb
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Defining old age. Reminiscence work and oral history. Communicating with old people. Reminiscence with groups. Perhaps being old is like having lighted rooms Inside your head, and people in them, acting People you know, but can't quite name. It is about valuing and using their memories to enhance the quality of their lives, that is, about reminiscence work.

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