Research Student, King’s College London
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Abstract: Co-construction of chronic illness narratives by older stroke survivors and their spouses
Eloise Radcliffe, Karen Lowton, Myfanwy Morgan
Sociology of Health & Illness
Volume 35, Issue 7, pages 993–1007, September 2013
Professor of Social Policy and Sociology, University of Kent
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Fashion and Age: Dress, the Body and Later Life
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
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