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This e-book is anxious with the overall problems with ageing, studying and schooling for the aged after which with the extra particular problems with why, how and what elders are looking to research. This monograph comprises 10 chapters written through numerous across the world popular researchers and scholar-practitioners within the box.
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Active ageing: A policy framework. pdf Chapter 4 Successful Ageing and International Approaches to Later-Life Learning Rick Swindell Introduction A combination of low mortality and low fertility will continue to have a marked impact on the population of many countries for decades to come. By 2050, older people will outnumber children in most parts of the world, with the exception of Africa. In some countries, for example Italy, Portugal, Greece and Spain, older people will outnumber children by as much as four to one (The Research Council of Norway 2010).
This is probably the result of lack of earlier experience with the beneﬁts of technology and presents a challenge in terms of convincing older adults that they can beneﬁt from and be comfortable with it, in particular, those with low incomes, little relevant education or from ethnic minorities. What Do Older People Want to Learn? There is very little research that describes what older people themselves say they want and need to learn. There are statements about what others believe is necessary for them.
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Active Ageing, Active Learning: Issues and Challenges by Gillian Boulton-Lewis, Maureen Tam