Looking forward
in The politics of old age
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Chapter 8 looks to the future and discusses possible trajectories for the development of older people’s interest organisations and the potential area of focus they may adopt in the coming decades. It critically explores how older people’s interest organisation define their constituency, generational politics and ageing as a cross-generational issue, ageing in a globalised world and how the politics of old age and the notion of collective identities in later life may evolve in the coming decades.

The politics of old age

Older people’s interest organisations and collective action in Ireland


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