The nexus of resources, political opportunity structures and collective identities
in The politics of old age
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Chapter 7 reflects on the key findings of the study. It explores the interaction of political opportunity structures, organisational resources and the cultural framing process which encompasses both the construction of collective identities and the framing of age-based policy and constructs such as ‘older people’ and ‘representation’.

The politics of old age

Older people’s interest organisations and collective action in Ireland

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