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Elderly care is needed when physical and mental health begins to fail maintaining of the body becomes difficult. The discussion presented by Drew et al clearly demonstrates the value of image based research for exploring lives and photograph ‘the “realities” of their everyday encounters and experiences’ (Drew et al 2010:1678). Long-term care administration (LTCA) is a career opportunity in a period of expansion and diversification. One possible epistemic improvement is the transformation of social relations of power and authority into contexts of democratic accountability among political equals (Bohman 1999a; Epstein 1996).

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Publisher: Medical Economics Books; 2nd edition (1983)

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