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How can and should UK society adjust to dementia? / Thomas, Carol; Milligan, Christine.

In: Joseph Rowntree Viewpoint, 06.2015.

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title = "How can and should UK society adjust to dementia?",
abstract = "This paper explores the application of the social model of disability to dementia. This involves looking in some detail at what this social model is, and where it has come from. This paper brings together the authors{\textquoteright} respective interests in disability and ageing, and our respective training in disability studies and health and social geography. ",
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