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“With Friends Like These”: Unpacking Panicked Metaphors for Population Ageing

“With Friends Like These”: Unpacking Panicked Metaphors for Population Ageing Date: July 1, 2021 Published in: Societies MDPI Available here for free Age studies scholars have long noted problems with using a tsunami metaphor to describe population ageing. Age-friendly offers a new way to respond to an increase in older adults. Though critical gerontologists identify …

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Revisioning aging: Indigenous, crip and queer renderings.

Revisioning aging: Indigenous, crip and queer renderings Date: June 3, 2021 Published in: Journal of Aging Studies Available online In this article, we re-vision Anishinaabe, crip and queer futures of aging against and beyond dominant successful aging narratives by drawing on our archive of digital/multimedia videos (short documentaries) produced in conjunction with older/e/Elder persons and …

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