07 Февраля 2012

Старейте активно: использованная литература

Kim Boudiny, Dimitri Mortelmans

A Critical Perspective: Towards a Broader Understanding of ‘Active Ageing’
(Критическая перспектива: к расширению понимания термина «активное старение»)

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