Social Integration of the Aged

Social Integration of the Aged

Social Integration of the Aged

Social Integration of the Aged

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P revious research indicates that members of different social classes have rather different patterns of friendship in terms of the sheer number, location, and sources of friends. This chapter first examines such gross class differences in our sample and then tests the major hypotheses of our study.

NUMBER AND SOURCES OF FRIENDS

To test the premises about social class differences in the total number and sources of friends, we will divide our sample simply . . .

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