고령장애인의 사회참여와 삶의 질에 관한 연구

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    • 저자 김성원
    • 기타서명 Study on the social participation and quality of life of aging with disabilities
    • 형태사항 vii, 151 p.: 삽화
    • 일반주기 지도교수: 정순둘, 참고문헌: p. 121-130
    • 학위논문사항 2015. 8. 졸업, 이화여자대학교 대학원:, 사회복지학과,, 학위논문(박사)-
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