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Who cares for the elderly? : public policy and the experiences of adult daughters / Emily K. Abel
Bib ID 2609949
Format BookBook
Author
Abel, Emily K
 
Description Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1991 
viii, 220 p. : 24 cm. 
ISBN 0877228140
Series

Women in the political economy.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-208) and index.

Subjects Aging parents -- Home care -- United States.  |  Caregivers -- United States.  |  Adult children -- United States.  |  Daughters -- United States.  |  Older people -- Government policy -- United States.

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