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Enhancing social support and subjective vitality among older adults through leisure education

  • Liang-Chih Chang (a1) and I-Chan Kao (a2)
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Correspondence should be addressed to: Liang-Chih Chang, Department of Living Sciences, National Open University, 172, Zhongzheng Rd., Luzhou, New Taipei City 247, Taiwan. Email: liangchih@mail.nou.edu.tw. Tel: 011-886-972022527 Fax: 011-886-222897896

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Enhancing social support and subjective vitality among older adults through leisure education

  • Liang-Chih Chang (a1) and I-Chan Kao (a2)

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