Ageing and Invisibility

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Emilio Mordini, Paul de Hert
IOS Press, 2010 - Medical - 222 pages
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Providing an overview of the process of e-inclusion for older people and addressing the ethical, social and legal aspects of the process, this book is suitable for researchers, policy-makers, organisations and companies, as well as for those with an interest in the identification and promotion of good practice within an ageing society.
 

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Contents

Chapter One The EU and the eInclusion of Older Persons
1
Chapter Two Ageing in the Information Society
50
Chapter Three The EU Legal Framework for the eInclusion of Older Persons
83
Chapter Four On Private Life and Data Protection
121
Chapter Five On Consent
131
Chapter Six A Survey of Technology for the Elderly
143
Chapter Seven Good Practices in eInclusion
173
Chapter Eight Ethical Recommendations
195
Making Visible the Frail Amongst the Aged
219
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