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During the first two years of the social work doctorate, students take foundational classes, as well as courses in their specialization areas. Because gerontology is a multi-disciplinary field, biology, sociology and psychology are usually the core areas of study associated with a degree. Ideology restricts or limits such processes of communication and undermines the conditions of success within them.

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Publisher: Learning Matters (June 22, 2012)

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