Editorial Conclusion—Where Do We Go from Here?
To wrap up this book, I recap its two main objectives and present a succinct summary of the key findings. One of the objectives of this book was to promote a critical reflection about the research conducted in HCI with older people thus far. This book does not intend to provide a full, comprehensive and systematic review of the field.
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