Age of Aging: A Reader in Social Gerontology

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Accessories to a Life Story: From Written Diaries to Video Diaries, Ken Plummer Documents of Life 2 (London: SAGE, 2001), pp. 48–74. This guide is meant to give an overview of materials and resources available at USC Libraries for researchers in Gerontology. Conceptualizing how job involvement and organizational commitment affect turnover and absenteeism: Academy of Management Review Vol 12(2) Apr 1987, 288-300. Made in memory: Distortions in recollection after misleading information.

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Publisher: Prometheus Books; First Edition edition (June 1979)

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