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Evidence review of intergenerational relationships: Experiences and attitudes in the new millennium

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Report to the UK Government’s Foresight Future of an Ageing Population: Evidence Review for the Foresight programme, Government Office for Science Changes in societal and family generations are potential drivers of societal change. Evidence presented in this review explores the current experiences a...

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