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How To Succeed At Aging Without Really Dying

Author : Lyla Blake Ward
ISBN : 1612183492
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Lyla Blake Ward transforms the everyday trials and tribulations of growing old (against one's better judgment) into high hilarity. Brimming with wit and grace, this essay collection takes stock of developments both familiar and strange that have filled Ms. Ward's life, from the parenting of grown children to confronting “connectivity fees” for the first time. Listeners will be charmed to meet this sly octogenarian, and will marvel as her gimlet wit rescues her – and us – time and again from the inanities of the post-consumer world.
Category: Family & Relationships

Broadway Schrafft S And Seeded Rye

Author : Lyla Blake Ward
ISBN : 0692599010
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A lighthearted look at life in the 1930's and early 1940's in a unique neighborhood of New York City. Through essays, poems, vintage photos and illustrations, the author recalls the stores, the restaurants, the movie theaters and most of all, the close knit families that made this little piece of Manhattan so special.
Category: Biography & Autobiography


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ISBN : STANFORD:36105219382459
Genre : Geriatrics
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Category: Geriatrics

The Living Age

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The Irish Jurist

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924061106781
Genre : Law
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Social Psychology

Author : Sharon S. Brehm
ISBN : 0395770602
Genre : Social psychology
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Category: Social psychology


Author : Harry R. Moody
ISBN : UOM:39015050764128
Genre : Family & Relationships
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This highly successful, influential, and teachable book has changed the way many introductory social gerontology and aging policy courses are taught. It includes exciting topics designed to engage students and stimulate classroom debate, highly visible and current "Controversies," and short, classic readings from world-renowned writers. No other book so explicitly links theory with practice, taking the reader directly into everyday problems and challenges.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Law Journal Reports

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ISBN : OSU:32437121370734
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Death In The Clinic

Author : Lynn A. Jansen
ISBN : UVA:X004903742
Genre : Medical
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Some reflections on whether death is bad / David J. Mayo -- Defining death / James L. Bernat -- Against the right to die / J. David Velleman -- The skull at the banquet / David Barnard -- Influence of mental illness on decision making at the end of life / Linda Ganzini and Elizabeth R. Goy -- Creative adaptation in aging and dying / Celia Berdes and Linda Emanuel -- Rage, rage against the dying light / John Paris, Michael D. Schreiber, and Robert Fogerty -- Training on newly deceased patients / Mark R. Wicclair.
Category: Medical

Social Psychology Readings

Author : Amy G. Halberstadt
ISBN : UOM:39015021852739
Genre : Psychology
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Offering a balanced mix of original classics, broad reviews, and integrative articles as well as recent cutting-edge articles this text is organized around four broad content areas: Social Knowledge, Social Feelings, Social Values, and Social Control. The first 39 readings span nearly 100 years, yet approximately half of them were first published within the last 10 years. The book contains an introductory section, "Frameworks," which provides an explanatory framework for the remainder of the book.
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The Scottish Jurist

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ISBN : OSU:32437121388983
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Success And Failure

Author : W. T. Stanbury
ISBN : UOM:39015003695965
Genre : Indians of North America
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A socio-economic study of 1,095 status Indians living off reserve in the urban centres of British Columbia.
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A Graveyard Called Two Bits

Author : Brad Smith
ISBN : 1549502654
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DESCRIPTION: Vietnam War Memoir [Ages 13 through Adult]"I know you're the great humanitarian, Doc," said the Lieutenant, "but we can't stop the war for one little girl!"South Vietnam, 1966-1967: In the killingest unit (1/9th Cav) of the killingest division (1st Air Cavalry Division) during the deadliest year (1967) of the entire Vietnam War, a scrawny 19-year-old Medic fought his own battle. In a unit where the Medics suffered 94 percent casualties (half of them KIA), he left his M-16 behind to carry extra aid gear. When other Medics carried weapons and even killed prisoners, Doc Smith treated wounded children and villagers--and even cared for captured VC and NVA enemy troops. At times ridiculed, his actions were instrumental in saving numerous U.S. lives. A wounded 20-year-veteran NVA squad leader, touched by the care he received, repaid it with critical information on massed-troop movements. This memoir of the Vietnam War uses vivid accounts of combat, tempered by the humor of Army life, and supplemented by 36 actual letters home, to tell the story of one man's odyssey. The Enemy: "You know, those VC beat us in their pajamas." LZ Two Bits: "Sleeping in a graveyard every night was nothing when your days were a waking nightmare." The M-14 rifle: "Old tech, old tool, old school--in essence the M-14 was an M-1 with a bad facelift, a botched job that even in the dim light of a jungle trail showed its age." This is what war is really like--without the Hollywood hype, government spin, and media bias. This account also includes reflections 30 years later, when the former Medic returned to Vietnam on assignment in 1995 as a photojournalist with an international relief organization.ABOUT THE AUTHORFrom 1966-67, Brad L. Smith served in South Vietnam as an unarmed Combat Medic with a recon troop of the 1st Air Cav. He was shot through the forearm in an ambush while carrying out a severely wounded sergeant and awarded the Purple Heart, Air Medal, Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Palm, and Combat Medic Badge. He was also reportedly awarded the Bronze Star Medal--though it failed to appear in his official record. His unit was awarded the Meritorious Unit Citation and the Presidential Unit Citation. During his five months in combat, he made 110 helicopter assaults and engaged in 13 firefights (six times the average of a typical 12-month combat tour). Today, he is classified as a Disabled Veteran.In one such action, Smith witnessed two U.S. M-48 tanks destroyed by Russian, shoulder-mounted, RPG-7 rockets with the loss of eight soldiers. Another U.S. tank fired its 90mm cannon just feet over his head while he was in a shell hole avoiding a sniperAuthor BLSmith has an MA degree with honor in Journalism and 40 years of experience as a professional writer. He has been a journalist/photographer in Sudan, Uganda, Venezuela, Ecuador, Southern Mexico, and Vietnam (1995). He is the playwright of the award-winning, one-man play/film The Man from Aldersgate, which has been performed live 1,500 times in all 50 states and 32 countries. In 1989, it received the Silver Angel Award for Best New Video of the Year. Check out his Kindle novel, Track of the Panzer, set in World War II and based on the true story of a sixteen-year-old German soldier on the Russian front. And look for Bought and Soldier, the Civil War-leg of Smith's war trilogy, also available through