Ethnogerontology and American Blacks
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Published by Association for Gerontology in Higher Education in Washington, D.C. (1001 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 410, Washington 20036-5504) .
Written in English


  • Older African Americans -- Bibliography.,
  • Adaptation, Psychological -- in old age -- bibliography,
  • Aged -- bibliography,
  • Blacks -- in old age -- bibliography,
  • Ethnopsychology -- bibliography,
  • Health Status -- in old age -- bibliography,
  • Intergenerational Relations -- bibliography,
  • Psychophysiologic Disorders -- in old age -- bibliography,
  • Single Person -- in old age -- bibliography,
  • Social Conditions -- in old age -- bibliography,
  • Social Support -- in old age -- bibliography

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Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by Jacquelyne Johnson Jackson, James S. Jackson.
SeriesBrief bibliography,
ContributionsJackson, James S. 1944-, Association for Gerontology in Higher Education.
LC ClassificationsZ1361.N39 J295 1992, E185.86 J295 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination8 leaves ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1177366M
LC Control Number94163007

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