|Title:||Old People, New Lives: Community Creation in a Retirement Residence|
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|Publisher:||University of Chicago Press; New edition edition (October 15, 1982)|
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An American anthropologist, Jennie Keith. Home All Categories Health & Fitness Aging Books Old People New Lives: Community Creation in a Retirement Residence. ISBN13: 9780226728254. Old People, New Lives : Community Creation in a Retirement Residence. by Jennie Ross and Jennie Keith.
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com Product Description (ISBN 0226728250, Hardcover). An American anthropologist, Jennie Keith. went to live for twelve months in a French housing scheme for retired people and as a participant observer conducted a study in community creation. This book, in which she describes and analyses her experience, is a delight. It is scholarly and draws on a wide range of studies of similar residences and other collectives; it is also vivid, funny, sad and entertaining. -Marie Borland, British Journal of Social Work
Old people as people: Social and cultural influences on aging and old age (Little, Brown series on gerontology). ISBN 9780316486316 (978-0-316-48631-6) Hardcover, Little, Brown, 1982. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Man. Jennie-Keith Ross. In New Zealand, retirement village living is attracting considerable interest from an increasing proportion of the older population
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