Self-caring in later life

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Self-caring in later life. / Fristrup, Tine; Grut, Sara.

The caring museum: new models of engagement with ageing. red. / Hamish L. Robertson. 1. udg. Edinburgh : MuseumsEtc, 2015. s. 266-301.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/proceedingBidrag til bog/antologiForskning

Harvard

Fristrup, T & Grut, S 2015, Self-caring in later life. i HL Robertson (red.), The caring museum: new models of engagement with ageing. 1. udg, MuseumsEtc, Edinburgh, s. 266-301.

APA

Fristrup, T., & Grut, S. (2015). Self-caring in later life. I H. L. Robertson (red.), The caring museum: new models of engagement with ageing (1. udg., s. 266-301). MuseumsEtc.

CBE

Fristrup T, Grut S. 2015. Self-caring in later life. Robertson HL, red. I The caring museum: new models of engagement with ageing. 1. udg. Edinburgh: MuseumsEtc. s. 266-301.

MLA

Fristrup, Tine og Sara Grut "Self-caring in later life". Robertson, Hamish L. (redaktører). The caring museum: new models of engagement with ageing. 1. udg., Kapitel 12, Edinburgh: MuseumsEtc. 2015, 266-301.

Vancouver

Fristrup T, Grut S. Self-caring in later life. I Robertson HL, red., The caring museum: new models of engagement with ageing. 1. udg. Edinburgh: MuseumsEtc. 2015. s. 266-301

Author

Fristrup, Tine ; Grut, Sara. / Self-caring in later life. The caring museum: new models of engagement with ageing. red. / Hamish L. Robertson. 1. udg. Edinburgh : MuseumsEtc, 2015. s. 266-301

Bibtex

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