Dementia Studies: A Social Science Perspective

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    • 6.1 A learning cycle – adapted from Kolb, 1984 138
    • 6.2 Applying the notion of a cyclical process for the study of dementia 139
    • 6.3 A model for studying dementia 140
    • 6.4 A web of understanding about dementia – from a medical viewpoint 146

    Acknowledgements

    I wish to thank Alan Chapman, Fiona Kelly, Roxann Johnson, Kathryn Mackay and Jane Robertson for their comments on early chapter drafts. I am very grateful to Eileen Richardson for sourcing materials I cited in the book and for her careful checking and preparation of the manuscript. And thank you to my daughter for understanding that I needed to spend time writing rather than playing and thank you to my parents for doing the playing while I wrote.

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