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Roundtable discussion on generational politics, looking at the ways in which generation impinges on politics, particularly in relation to jobs, housing and climate change, and including a discussion on generational cultures. It points to the ways in which the last three decades of market dominance have created a society which does not invest in the future of its young people. Unless politicians plan for the future and intervene to shape the world in the interests of the majority, those at the beginning of their lives will inevitably suffer the consequences.

Keywords: FUTURE; GENERATION; HOMES; JOBS; SUSTAINABILITY; YOUNG PEOPLE

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3898/136266212802019380

Publication date: 2012-07-20

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