Series Editor: Judith Phillips
"Integrates a sophisticated understanding of ageing with novel analyses of how the life course influences policy responses and theoretical understandings of ageing in contemporary societies." Professor Sara Arber, University of Surrey, UK
"This refreshing and exciting series provides cutting edge discussion of key contemporary issues for ageing societies. It provides an essential and valuable resource for students, academics, practitioners and policy makers." John Bond, Newcastle University, UK
This wide-ranging series provides readers with much-needed texts and critical perspectives on the latest research, theory, policy and practice developments.
Focusing on the social rather than the medical aspects of ageing, the series bridges the gaps in the literature as well as providing cutting-edge debate on new and traditional areas of ageing, all from a lifecourse perspective.