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Cultures of Care in Aging Thomas Boll

Cultures of Care in Aging

Author: Thomas Boll
Published Date: 31 Dec 2018
Publisher: Information Age Publishing
Original Languages: English
Book Format: Paperback::440 pages
ISBN10: 1641131373
ISBN13: 9781641131377
Publication City/Country: Greenwich, United States
Dimension: 156x 234x 31.75mm::748.43g
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