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Foreign language study in either Greek or Latin is required. In this way the critique of liberalism shifts away from the normative underpinnings of current democratic practices to the ways in which the objective conditions of reification undermine the psychological and cultural presuppositions of democratic change and opposition. More and more employers are looking for workers that have at least an associate degree in gerontology to fill jobs that cater to both ill seniors who need constant care and active older adults interested in recreation and leisure programs.

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Publisher: Columbia University Press; 1 edition (February 12, 2010)

ISBN: 0231132247

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