Energy and Aging in the Danish Welfare State: Ethnographic Explorations of an Omnipresent but Forgotten Concept

Henrik Hvenegaard Mikkelsen, Nete Schwennesen, Aske Juul Lassen

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Policy; old age; energy; conversion; welfare state

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