The construction of the Baby Boomer generation as a social problem in Britain.

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Bristow, Jennie;
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The research presented in this thesis investigates how the ‘Baby Boomer generation’ has become constructed as a social problem in Britain. I begin by outlining the theoretical orientation of the research, which is grounded in Mannheim’s understanding that the problem of... View more
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    Pilcher, J. and Wagg, S. (2005) Thatcher's Children?: Politics, childhood and society in the 1980s and 1990s. London and New York: Routledge.

    Preston, S. H. (1984) 'Children and the Elderly: Divergent Paths for America's Dependents.' Demography 21 (4): 435-457.

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