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CPA Publishing

CPA recognises the importance of influencing the formulation of public policy through the dissemination of findings from its work. CPA Publishing produces books, reports, briefing papers, codes of practice, occasional papers and selected reference titles from the Information Service. Not all of the output is from in-house work. Some publications are commissioned from outside sources or are the result of partnerships with sponsoring organisations. However, all materials reflect CPA's established reputation for quality and topicality of subject coverage.

Please contact publications for further details of CPA's printed publications.

 
The Representation of Older People in Ageing Research Series

The Centre for Policy on Ageing produces with the Centre for Ageing and Biographical Studies at The Open University a long standing series exploring both innovative and more traditional methodological approaches to ageing research. The edited reports are based on seminars directed to a multidisciplinary audience of academics, practitioners and students researching ageing issues. Recent titles include Reflecting on User Involvement and Participatory Research edited by Sheila Peace and Jonathan Hughes, Oral History and Ageing edited by Joanna Bornat and Josie Tetley, and Researching Ageing and Multiple Discrimination, edited by Richard Ward and Bill Bytheway. New to the series are Coproduction? Working with existing older people's groups edited by Josie Tetley, Jacqueline Watts and Jill Reynolds and Secondary Analysis and reusing archived data in the context of ageing and biography edited by Joanna Bornat, Julia Johnson and Jill Reynolds. Click here to download a flyer of published reports in the series including the latest titles.

Individual reports can be ordered online via the CPA publications catalogue


Reports and Reviews

Online version of recently published CPA reports and reviews can be found on the reports and reviews pages.


New Literature on Old Age

Published six times a year, New Literature on Old Age is a guide to new publications on ageing and older age issues. Details of how to subscribe and free to download back issues of New Literature on Old Age can be found on the CPA Newlit web page.


Ageing & Society

Ageing & Society, the international journal sponsored by the Centre for Policy on Ageing and the British Society of Gerontology and published by Cambridge University Press, carries a wide range of papers from the social and behavioural sciences and the humanities. Read more...

 

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