Ageing – References

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Les Brown (1992). Live your dreams. Avon Books.

Why think about ageing?

Claire Preston, Nick Drydakis, Suzanna Forwood, Suzanna Hughes & Catherine Meads (2019) What are the structural barriers to planning for later life? A scoping review of the literature. Social Inclusion7(3), 17-26.

WHO (2018) Ageing and Health

Lynda Gratton & Andrew Scott (2016) The 100 -Year life: Living and working in an age of longevity. Bloomsbury.

Sue Kreitzman:

Shigemi Hirata:

Susan Neiman (2015) Why Grow Up? Subversive Thoughts for an Infantile AgeMacmillan.

Flo Meiler:

Maurizio Bussolo, Johannes Koettl & EmilySinnott (2015) Golden aging: Prospects for healthy, active, and prosperous aging in Europe and Central Asia. The World Bank.

Chandra Mehrotra & Lisa Wagner (2009) Aging and diversity: An active learning experience. (2nd Edn, p.88). Routledge. (There is now a 3rd Edition.(2018))

John Beard, Simon Biggs, David Bloom, Linda Fried, Paul Hogan, Alexandre Kalache & Jay Olshansky (2012) Global population ageing: peril or promise? (No. 8912). Program on the Global Demography of Aging. World Economic Forum.

Susan Hutchinson & Galit Nimrod (2012) Leisure as a resource for successful aging by older adults with chronic health conditions. The International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 74(1), 41–6

Andrew Clark & Andrew Oswald (2006) The curved relationship between subjective wellbeing and age. Working Paper no 2006-29, Paris-Jourdan Sciences Economiques.

Susan Turk Charles & Laura Carstensen (2009) Social and emotional ageing. Annual Review of Psychology, 61(1), 383–409.

Paula Zaninotto & Andrew Steptoe (2019) Association Between Subjective Well-being and Living Longer Without Disability or Illness. JAMA network open, 2(7), e196870–e196870.

Juliet Michaelson, Nic Marks, Nicola Steuer, Saamah Abdallah, & Sam Thompson (2009) The Happy Planet Index 2.0: Why good lives don’t have to cost the EarthNew Economics Foundation

Social challenges in ageing well

The Centre for Social Justice. (2019) Ageing confidently: Supporting an ageing workforce. London.

Andreas Cebulla, Nathan Hudson-Sharp, Lucy Stokes & David Wilkinson (2019) Work-Life imbalance in extended working lives: Domestic divisions of labour and partners’ perceptions of job pressures of non-retiring older workers. Sozialer Fortschritt, 68(4), 289–311.

Lena Dahlberg, Neda Agahi & Carin Lennartsson (2018) Lonelier than ever? Loneliness of older people over two decades. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 75, 96–103.

Julianne Holt-Lunstad, Timothy Smith & Bradley Layton (2010) Social relation-ships and mortality risk: a meta-analytic review. PLoS Medicine, 7(7), e1000316.

Campaign to End Loneliness:

Neil Thin (2012) Social happiness: Theory into policy and practice. Policy Press.

Sarah Jackson, Ruth Hackett & Andrew Steptoe (2019) Associations between age discrimination and health and wellbeing: cross-sectional and prospective analysis of the English longitudinal study of ageing. The Lancet Public Health, 4(4), e200–e208.

The Elders

Positive ageing

Sarah Raposo & Laura Carstensen (2018) Can envisioning your future improve your health? Innovation in Aging, 2 (Suppl 1), 907.

Pricewaterhouse Coopers (2018) Golden Age Index: Unlocking the potential $3.5trillion prize from longer working lives

Nancy Doyle (2019), cited in ’Helping the Older Worker to Thrive’ in The Psychologist, November 2019

Maria Rosaria Gualano, Gianluca Voglino, Fabrizio Bert, Robin Thomas, Elisa Camussi & Roberta Siliquini (2018) The impact of intergenerational programs on children and older adults: A review. International Psychogeriatrics, 30(4), 451–468.

Lee-Fay Low, Frances Russell, Tracey McDonald & Anne Kauffman (2015). Grandfriends, an intergenerational program for nursing-home residents and preschoolers: a randomized trial. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 13, 227–240. doi:10.1080/15350770.2015.1067130.

Takanori Shibata (2012) Therapeutic seal robot as biofeedback medical device: Qualitative and quantitative evaluations of robot therapy in dementia care. Proceedings of the IEEE, 100(8), 2527-2538.

Margo van Kemenade, Elly Konijn & Johan Hoorn (2015) Robots humanize care. In Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies-Volume 5 (pp. 648-653). SCITEPRESS-Science and Technology Publications.

Alice Carebot:

Dana Goldman, Cynthia Chen, Julie Zissimopoulos & John Rowe (2018) Opinion: Measuring how countries adapt to societal aging. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115(3), 435-437.

Research Network on an Aging Society:

Hartford Ageing Index:

Centre for Ageing Better:

WHO making cities age-friendly:

New Brighton Co-Housing: