- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- List of abbreviations
- Notes on contributors
- Series editors’ preface
TwoThe development of age-friendly cities and communities
ThreeNeighbourhood change, social inequalities and age-friendly communities
FourAddressing erasure, microfication and social change: age-friendly initiatives and environmental gerontology in the 21st century
FiveAge and gentrification in Berlin: urban ageing policy and the experiences of disadvantaged older people
SixTowards an ‘active caring community’ in Brussels
SevenExploring the age-friendliness of Hong Kong: opportunities, initiatives and challenges in an ageing Asian city
EightCreating an age-friendly county in Ireland: stakeholders’ perspectives on implementation
NineImplementing age-friendly cities in Australia
TenFrom representation to active ageing in a Manchester neighbourhood: designing the age-friendly city
ElevenAlternative age-friendly initiatives: redefining age-friendly design
TwelveDeveloping age-friendly policies for cities: strategies, challenges and reflections
ThirteenThe age-friendly community: a test for inclusivity
FourteenAge-friendly cities and communities: a manifesto for change
- (p.3) One Introduction
- Age-Friendly Cities and Communities
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The first chapter provides an introduction to the book. It starts with sketching the background for developing age-friendly cities and communities. It then presents the aims and key research questions of the Volume as well as the origins and structure of the book.
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