changing distribution of elderly people Great Britain, 1981-91 by A. M. Warnes

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  • Aged -- Great Britain -- Social conditions.,
  • Aged -- Great Britain -- Statistics.,
  • Residential mobility -- Great Britain.,
  • Housing policy -- Great Britain.

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StatementTony Warnes and Reuben Ford.
SeriesOccasional paper (King"s College, London. Department of Geography) -- no.37., Working paper (MILL) -- 2.
ContributionsFord, Reuben., King"s College, London. Department of Geography., Age Concern Institute of Gerontology.
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Pagination29p. :
Number of Pages29
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Open LibraryOL19160398M

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