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Category: Non-Fiction | Non Fiction
Pages: 225
ISBN: 1551300621
Location: CRRF
Year: 1995
N° catalog: BKS.N395.1995

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Review

This volume examines the intersections of race, ethnicity and aging, and in so doing unravels the complex relationship between the two. Both fields of race/ethnicity and aging have emerged as important areas of sociological, health, psychological and social policy investigation. Given the increasing importance of these fields of enquiry, the marriage of race/ethnicity and aging provide an accurate perspectiveon the reality of aging in Canadian society. 

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