Human Development a Li...
F. Philip Rice
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Human Development a Life-Span Approach

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'Human Development is a very good textbook. It is a through presentation of life-span development with much information that students will find interesting and useful. I liked the coverage of cross-cultural issues.... I was very pleased when Rice described feminist research methods and women's empowerment.' -Janet Kalinowski, Ithaca College
Paperback, 346 pages
Published January 28th 1998 by Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference (first published 1992)
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