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Discover the role of Twenty-First century global technology and communication in shaping the definition and status of quality of life in two papers: ‘Linguistic Imprints of Deception in Financial Text: A Corpus Linguistics Based Approach’ by Saliha Minhas, and ‘Society Must Be Defended: Online Quality of Life, a Foucauldian Case Study of Gamergate’, by Stuart Lindsay.


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Intergenerational concerns regarding differences between quality of life and its perception between this generation of scholars and the preceding one are explored in Susie Peacock’s paper: ‘The Quality of Innovative Academic Lives: Influences Past, Present – and Future?’


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Kari Vezke investigates care and support options for older people in Scotland, and the impact of these choices on their quality of life, in her article ‘What Influences Older People’s Decisions about Care and Support?’

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