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Too Old and Ugly to be Useful?
Has there ever been a golden age of ageing, or is that golden age now? In the past, representations of older people in literature, art, the media and everyday life have been highly diverse; stressing their positive roles in their families and communities as much as their frailty. As the numbers of older peopl
e grows, how can we promote and celebrate their positive contribution, and challenge…
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