4 edition of Idle Haven; Community Building Among the Working-Class Retired, (Study in Urbanization & Environmental Design) found in the catalog.
Idle Haven; Community Building Among the Working-Class Retired, (Study in Urbanization & Environmental Design)
Sheila K. Johnson
January 1972 by Univ of California Pr .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
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viii + pp., figures, tables, 2 Author: Norine Dresser. She specialized in cross-cultural gerontology, and her dissertation, Idle Haven: Community-Building Among the Working-Class Retired was published by the University of California Press. After teaching at San Francisco, Hayward, and Sonoma State Universities, she became a free-lance writer and published numerous articles in The New York Times.
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