Based on Coleman's research and clinical experience over fifteen years, this book presents a study of the role and significance of memory and reminiscence and provides a unique insight into the diversity of responses to thinking about the past in old age. Connections with clinical and social work practice are identified throughout, making this a valuable text for both sociologists and psychologists.
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