Age at Work: Ambiguous Boundaries of Organizations, Organizing and Ageing

Hearn and Parkin are dynamic and well-respected authors. In this project, they are continuing on the theme of the unspoken and unacknowledged, with a focus on age and ageing. With politicians, the media and health care professionals honing in on the previously unacknowledged aged population, this book fills a gap in the market in its ability to bring together a range of social aspects of ageing. The book would suit a range of levels from upper UG to practitioner. The focus of the book sets it apart from its (limited) competition with a focus on the notion of 'peripheries' and peripheral places as a location of the dispossessed, and in this case, the dispossessed being the aged population.

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