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Title: The importance of learning
Author(s): Field, John
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Editor(s): Sherwood, C
Faulkner, J
Citation: Field J (2013) The importance of learning. In: Sherwood C & Faulkner J (eds.) Reflections on ageing: The role of relationships in later life. Doncaster: Relate, pp. 39-43.
Keywords: Ageing
social capital
social networks
adult learning
lifelong learning
Issue Date: 2013
Date Deposited: 9-May-2014
Abstract: The chapter explores the role of learning in older adults' lives, and particularly its connection to social networks and intimate relationships. It concludes by arguing for greater attention to the quality and scale of support for learning in later life.
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