Cross Cultural Studies

The below items have "Cross Cultural Studies" as a subject.

Titlesort descending Format Publication Year Call Number Abstract
A primer on international development Book 1991 AG1.K10

An overview of primary issues related to international development such as population growth and poverty, American a

Developing Cultural Competence Videocassette 2002 C05.D10

This video program explores how cultural beliefs and values affect the quality of health care.

Our Chiefs and Elders Book 1992 AG1.N10
Our Chiefs and Elders Book 1992 AG1.N10

This book combines photographs and stories of Native chiefs and elders, providing the reader a glimpse of their lives

Perspectives on aging Book 1981 AG1.J30

A lecture series funded by the colonial penn insurance group.

Teaching about aging: interdisciplinary and cross-cultural perspectives Book 1999 MN4.T10

Section 1 provides syllabi for both undergraduate and graduate levels of gerontology courses: Introduction to geront

Teaching about aging: interdisciplinary and cross-cultural perspectives Book 1999 MN4.T10

Section 1 provides syllabi for both undergraduate and graduate levels of gerontology courses: Introduction to geront

The ageless self; sources of meaning in late life Book 1986 AG1.K10

This book, drawn on extensive interviews with sixty men and women aged 70-97, illuminaates the ability of the elderly

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