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Ageing in Place in Urban Environments

Critical Perspectives

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"This major study addresses the global experience of urbanisation combined with population ageing. The book, from two leading scholars in the field, provides a challenging account of ageing in place, neighbourhood change, and the future of age-friendly cities. It highlights spatial justice for older people as of fundamental importance in confronting inequalities in contrasting urban environments."

Sheila Peace, Emeritus Professor of Social Gerontology, The Open University, UK

"This book presents a tour de force integration of scholarship across disciplines to propel the age-friendly cities movement into the 21st century. While not minimizing the gravity of compounding societal challenges, the authors describe clear directions for policy and practice that are within reach of advocates and decision-makers across sectors."

Emily A. Greenfield, Professor at the Rutgers School of Social Work, The State University of New Jersey, USA

"This important book presents a much-needed critical assessment of the challenges related to growing older in urban communities. It offers a cohesive, analytical frame that not only advances scholarship on urban aging, but on how we understand, support and give voice to the dynamic relationship between older people and their places."

Kieran Walsh, Professor of Ageing and Public Policy, University of Galway, Ireland

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Detaljer

Forlag
Routledge
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
202
ISBN
9781032127316
Utgivelsesår
2023
Format
23 x 16 cm

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«

"This major study addresses the global experience of urbanisation combined with population ageing. The book, from two leading scholars in the field, provides a challenging account of ageing in place, neighbourhood change, and the future of age-friendly cities. It highlights spatial justice for older people as of fundamental importance in confronting inequalities in contrasting urban environments."

Sheila Peace, Emeritus Professor of Social Gerontology, The Open University, UK

"This book presents a tour de force integration of scholarship across disciplines to propel the age-friendly cities movement into the 21st century. While not minimizing the gravity of compounding societal challenges, the authors describe clear directions for policy and practice that are within reach of advocates and decision-makers across sectors."

Emily A. Greenfield, Professor at the Rutgers School of Social Work, The State University of New Jersey, USA

"This important book presents a much-needed critical assessment of the challenges related to growing older in urban communities. It offers a cohesive, analytical frame that not only advances scholarship on urban aging, but on how we understand, support and give voice to the dynamic relationship between older people and their places."

Kieran Walsh, Professor of Ageing and Public Policy, University of Galway, Ireland

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