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The Theory of Community Power--by Dr. Howard McCluskey [Side 2]

A recording of Dr. Howard McCluskey discussing the theory of community power and adult education [continued].

From  Liz Gadelha

Sociology of Aging--by Jan Lawrence [Side 2]

A recording of Jan Lawrence discussing the sociology of aging [continued].

From  Liz Gadelha

Senior Citizens' Advocacy Panel--Woodrow Hunter, moderator [Side 2]

A recording of a panel on senior citizen advocacy. Incuded in this recording is Woodrow Hunter as the moderator, Celia Chapin, Eckn Stanger, George Thompson, and David Steinicke [continued].

From  Liz Gadelha

The History of Social Gerontology--by Dr. Clark Tibbitts Tape 1 [Side 2]

A recording of Dr. Clark Tibbitts discussing the history of social gerontology and its implications in education [continued].

From  Liz Gadelha

Aging as a Cultural Process--by Dr. Carl Brahce [Side 2]

A recording of Dr. Carl Brahce discussing aging as a cultural process [continued].

From  Liz Gadelha

The History of Social Gerontology--by Dr. Clark Tibbitts Tape 2 [Side 1 - No Side 2]

A recording of Dr. Clark Tibbitts discussing the history of social gerontology and answering questions. A recording of a man discussing hearing loss is also included.

From  Liz Gadelha

The Theory of Community Power--by Dr. Howard McCluskey [Side 1]

A recording of Dr. Howard McCluskey discussing the theory of community power and adult education.

From  Liz Gadelha

Sociology of Aging--by Jan Lawrence [Side 1]

A recording of Jan Lawrence discussing the sociology of aging.

From  Liz Gadelha

Senior Citizens' Advocacy Panel--Woodrow Hunter, moderator [Side 1]

A recording of a panel on senior citizen advocacy. Incuded in this recording is Woodrow Hunter as the moderator, Celia Chapin, Eckn Stanger, George Thompson, and David Steinicke.

From  Liz Gadelha

The History of Social Gerontology--by Dr. Clark Tibbitts [Side 1]

A recording of Dr. Clark Tibbitts discussing the history of social gerontology and its implications in education.

From  Liz Gadelha

Aging as a Cultural Process--by Dr. Carl Brahce [Side 1]

A recording of Dr. Carl Brahce discussing aging as a cultural process.

From  Liz Gadelha