Self-perceptions of ageing from a cross-cultural perspective: do collectivist cultures provide a buffering effect for the impact of negative stereotypes about age?

@inproceedings{Ginnivan2017SelfperceptionsOA,
  title={Self-perceptions of ageing from a cross-cultural perspective: do collectivist cultures provide a buffering effect for the impact of negative stereotypes about age?},
  author={Natasha Ginnivan},
  year={2017}
}
........................................................................................................................... vi Publications arising from this thesis .............................................................................. viii Glossary.............................................................................................xi Chapter 1: Introduction ..................................................................................................... 1 1.1 Culture: A… 

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