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Number of items: 11.

2013

Blackman, Tim (2013). Care robots for the supermarket shelf: a product gap in assistive technologies. Ageing and Society, 33(5) pp. 763–781. file

2011

Peace, Sheila; Holland, Caroline and Kellaher, Leonie (2011). 'Option recognition' in later life: variations in ageing in place. Ageing and Society, 31(5) pp. 734–757.

Ward, Richard and Holland, Caroline (2011). 'If I look old, I will be treated old': hair and later-life image dilemmas. Ageing and Society, 31(02) pp. 288–307.

2009

Bytheway, Bill (2009). Writing about age, birthdays and the passage of time. Ageing and Society, 29(6) pp. 883–901. file

2005

Bytheway, Bill (2005). Age-identities and the celebration of birthdays. Ageing and Society, 25(4) pp. 463–477. file

2002

Percival, John (2002). Domestic spaces: Uses and meanings in the daily lives of older people. Ageing and Society, 22(6) pp. 729–749.

2001

Bornat, Joanna (2001). Reminiscence and oral history: parallel universes or shared endeavour? Ageing and Society, 21(2) pp. 219–241. file

2000

Carrigan, Marylyn and Szmigin, Isabelle (2000). Advertising in an ageing society. Ageing and Society, 20(1) pp. 217–233. file

Percival, John (2000). Gossip in sheltered housing: Its cultural importance and social implications. Ageing and Society, 20(3) pp. 303–325.

1999

Bornat, Joanna; Dimmock, Brian; Jones, David and Peace, Sheila (1999). Stepfamilies and older people: evaluating the implications of family change for an ageing population. Ageing and Society, 19(2) pp. 239–410. file

1998

Cohen, Gillian and Taylor, Stephanie (1998). Reminiscence and ageing. Ageing and Society, 18(5) pp. 601–610. file

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