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Ageing & Society
  • ISSN: 0144-686X EISSN: 1469-1779
  • Editor: Professor Christina R. Victor Room 302, Mary Seacole Building|Brunel University|Uxbridge|Middlesex|UB8 3PH
  • Editorial board
Ageing & Society is an interdisciplinary and international journal devoted to the understanding of human ageing and the circumstances of older people in their social and cultural contexts. It draws contributions and has readers from many academic social science disciplines, and from clinical medicine and the humanities. In addition to original articles, Ageing & Society publishes book reviews, occasional review articles and special issues.

Ageing & Society uses an online submission system. The entire review process is conducted through the Manuscript Central platform, including revisions and editorial assessments. If you wish to submit a paper to the journal please do so via the following website

http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/age

In submitting a paper you should click on the ‘Instructions and Forms’ link under ‘Resources’. This link will lead you to the ‘Online Submission Instructions for Authors’ There are full guidelines for submissions on the platform. You will receive a user name and password from the system (which you can change). If there any difficulties please contact the administrative officer, Miles Lambert, directly through the system (or at ageingandsociety@yahoo.co.uk).

The Instructions for Contributors PDF file provides detailed information about the preparation of the manuscript. This file can be downloaded from the ‘More Information’ section on this website.

Ageing Issues from the British Society of Gerontology

  • AGE DOES NOT MATTER FESTIVAL
  • 12 September 2016, ageingaficionado
  • The term ageism (agism) was coined by Dr Robert Butler in his seminal Why Survive? Being Old In America, in …Continue reading →
  • How safe are older drivers?
  • 09 September 2016, drcharliemuss
  • Increasing Mobility Older people are more mobile than ever before. In particular, they are driving more miles to stay connected …Continue reading →...