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    I am studying Social Science, but there was not a thread for it so I had to post it on psychology! I am preparing for my literature review, ready for my dissertation next year. My topic revolves around the elderly generation and the priorities when safeguarding them. I can only find safeguarding reports on 'older' adults. Can I apply this to my literature review?
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    Children and young people = 0- 18 (25 - depending on service)
    Working age adults = 18 - ~65
    Older age adults = ~65+

    Assuming I understood your question correctly, if you're researching elderly people then you want older age adults.
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    (Original post by _Sinnie_)
    Children and young people = 0- 18 (25 - depending on service)
    Working age adults = 18 - ~65
    Older age adults = ~65+

    Assuming I understood your question correctly, if you're researching elderly people then you want older age adults.
    Sorry for late reply but thank you! I have changed the topic to older adults now

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    Try "safeguarding with vulnerable adults".
 
 
 
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