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This paper advocates for the importance of visual communication rights for older people to avoid "visual ageism," described as media practices of visually underrepresenting older people or misrepresenting them in a prejudiced way. It aims to present a set of policy recommendations using "designing for dynamic diversity" as the leading principle. By discussing studies about the ways older people are visual represented in digital media content, the paper shows how visual communication rights fordoi:10.3390/soc10040076 fatcat:6zpuc3uxzzdohloeo4t3abttpa