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Schreck, Harley Carl

SCHRECK, Harley Carl

SCHRECK, Harley Carl. American, b. 1948. Genres: Anthropology/ Ethnology, Gerontology/Senior issues, Urban studies. Career: World Vision International, Monrovia, CA, researcher, 1984-88; Bethel College, Arden Hills, MN, professor of anthropology, 1988-. Westmont College, instructor, 1986; Fuller Theological Seminary, adjunct professor at School of World Missions, 1986-88; Southern California College, Costa Mesa, adjunct professor, 1987; lecturer at Educational institutions; member of boards of directors. Publications: (ed. with D. Barrett) Clarifying the Task, 1987; The Elderly in America: Volunteerism and Neighborhood in Seattle, 1996; Community and Caring: Older Persons, Intergenerational Relations, and Change in an Urban Community, 2000. Contributor of articles and reviews to academic journals and magazines. Address: Department of Anthropology and Sociology, Bethel College, 3900 Bethel Dr., Arden Hills, MN 55112, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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