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Ageing and the Care of Older People in Europe

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23 August 1994

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As the population of all European countries ages rapidly, understanding the phenomenon of ageing and social responses to old age has become a vital contemporary issue. The diverse ways in which old age is seen across Europe...

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As the population of all European countries ages rapidly, understanding the phenomenon of ageing and social responses to old age has become a vital contemporary issue. The diverse ways in which old age is seen across Europe are compared and different forms of care for the needs of older people are examined. With the demise of large institutions, and increasing demands on families and on domiciliary care, the question of inter-generational relations is seen as a key element in the future of old age. It is argued that much is to be learned from cross-national comparisons in developing social responses to old age.

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Richard Hugman has published extensively in the last 25 years across many aspects of social work and related topics, such as professional ethics, international social work and social development, mental health, late life and old age. He currently serves as the chair of the ethics committee for the International Federation of Social Workers. Over the last 10 years he also has worked as a consultant to UNICEF Vietnam concerning the development of professional social work.

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Richard Hugman has published extensively in the last 25 years across many aspects of social work and related topics, such as professional ethics, international social work and social development, mental health, late life and old age. He currently serves as the chair of the ethics committee for the International Federation of Social Workers. Over the last 10 years he also has worked as a consultant to UNICEF Vietnam concerning the development of professional social work.

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