Handbook of Asian Aging

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Arkani, S. and Gough, O. (2006) The impact of occupational pensions on retirement age. Yes, but: Perspectives Psychiatriques Vol 29(23) 1990, 192-197. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. Without further conceptual and normative clarification, the appeal to various “bottom up” strategies of democratization remains normatively underdeveloped (Dryzek 1996, Jaggar, 2004). Students pursuing four year degree programs of study in all disciplines may expand their professional competencies and increase their employment opportunities by obtaining a minor in Gerontology.

Pages: 396

Publisher: Baywood Publishing Company, Inc. (December 4, 2005)

ISBN: 089503316X

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