‘That's for old so and so's!’: does identity influence older adults’ technology adoption decisions?

@article{Astell2019ThatsFO,
  title={‘That's for old so and so's!’: does identity influence older adults’ technology adoption decisions?},
  author={A. Astell and Colleen McGrath and E. Dove},
  journal={Ageing and Society},
  year={2019},
  volume={40},
  pages={1550 - 1576}
}
Abstract The role of identity in older adults’ decision-making about assistive technology adoption has been suggested but not fully explored. This scoping review was conducted to understand better how older adults’ self-image and their desire to maintain this influence their decision-making processes regarding assistive technology adoption. Using the five-stage scoping review framework by Arksey and O'Malley, a total of 416 search combinations were run across nine databases, resulting in a… Expand
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