The following lists the contents of Self and Society, Volume 16 Issue 1.
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Editorial:
Authors: Mark Matthews, Ninette Baben, Vivian Milroy
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Article:
Ageing
Author: Yig Labworth
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The Unpopular Subject of Ageing
Author: Jill Hall
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Mature and Mad About Ageism
Author: Mark Metthews
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The Survival of Consciousness
Author: Ven. Lama Sogyal Rinpoche
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For Whom the Bell Tolls
Author: Jeremy Style
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Politics and Ageing
Author: Susan Tester
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Reminiscence
Author: Sarah Clevely
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Abstract:

“The recovery of knowledge by mental effort, or that known to the soul in previous existence.” (Oxford English Dictionary) ‘Reminiscence’ is a word differently interpreted by different people. It is associated with the long drawn out, often repeated rambling styory—the sudden flash of vivid recall evoking the unexpected memory of an incident or sensation long buried. Most people enjoy reminisching, thinking back to past events, times when, especially in childhood, new experiences and sensations have a powerful impact on perception of ourselves and our surroundings.


Into the Dark
Author: Shan
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Ageing in Africa
Author: David Jones
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Self Deliverance and Self Determination
Author: Elizabeth Dickens
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Ageing
Author: Brenda Burkitt
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Organizations and Contacts
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A Touching Subject
Author: Mark Matthews
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