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PROGRESS IN GEOGRAPHY    2015, Vol. 34 Issue (12) : 1512-1534     DOI: 10.18306/dlkxjz.2015.12.003
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Ageing movement as space-time: introducing non-representational theory to the geography of ageing
Gavin J. ANDREWS1(),Amanda M. GRENIER1()
1.Department of Health, Aging & Society and Gilbrea Centre for Studies in Aging, McMaster University, Hamilton, L8S 4M4, Canada
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This paper argues for the deployment of non-representational theory in the geographical study of ageing and provides an introduction to the approach. The result of its deployment, we argue, would be a rejuvenated field of research that is inclusive of a far wider-variety of movement occurrences and experiences in older people’s lives, that attends to physical, immediate and felt dimensions of movement, and thus that better conveys - and reverberates - the basic substance of movement itself.

Keywords non-representational theory      geography of ageing      geographical gerontology     
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Gavin J. ANDREWS,Amanda M. GRENIER. Ageing movement as space-time: introducing non-representational theory to the geography of ageing[J]. PROGRESS IN GEOGRAPHY, 2015, 34(12): 1512-1534.
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