Researching Ageing

Methodological Challenges and their Empirical Background
 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
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  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 360 Seiten
978-0-367-50755-8 (ISBN)
 
This book explores the diversity of methodological approaches to researching ageing, considering which methodological paradigm best captures the phenomenon. Interdisciplinary in scope, it brings together research from scholars from Austria, Canada, France, Hong Kong, Israel, Poland, UK and USA to uncover the conditions under which qualitative and quantitative approaches to research on ageing can best be reconciled and rendered complementary. Presenting international reflection on methods for studying old age from a variety of research backgrounds, Researching Ageing showcases the latest research in the field and will appeal to scholars across the social sciences, including sociology, demography, psychology, economics and geography, with interests in gerontology, ageing and later life.
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  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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13 Line drawings, black and white; 5 Halftones, black and white; 36 Tables, black and white; 18 Illustrations, black and white
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  • Breite: 171 mm
978-0-367-50755-8 (9780367507558)

Maria Luszczynska is Assistant Professor at the Institute of Social Work, The Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow, Poland.
Introduction


Part 1: Peculiarity of Research on Ageing in The Context of Other Research Areas


1. Older Adults - Terra Incognita?*


Zbigniew Wozniak


2. Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Approaches to Ageing and Gerontology


Angus McMurtry and Jenny Sasser


3. Self-Report Measures of Ageism in The Workplace: A Scoping Review


Martine Lagace, Najat Firzly and Alura Zhang


4. Investigate Population Ageing Using National Transfer Accounts: New Economic Age Profiles for Canada and France


Marcel Merette and Julien Navaux


5. Protection of The Fundamental Rights of Older Adults - Methodological Perspective of Administrative and Legal Research


Anna Szafranek


6. The Ethics of Research on Old Age


Maria Luszczynska


Part 2: Research Approaches to Ageing


7. Co-Design the Ingenuity of Ageing: A Cultural Model of Ageing Through Design Thinking


Yanki Lee


8. The Life Course Perspective in Social Gerontology


Barbara Szatur-Jaworska


9. Considerations When Using Longitudinal Statistical Models to Study Ageing


Annie Robitaille and Graciela Muniz Terrera


10. Quantitative and Qualitative Interview in Older People Research. Specificity and Usability of The Research Tool


Piotr Czekanowski


11. Conducting Research on Ageing in The Space of Sensitive Issues - As Exemplified by Domestic Violence Against the Elderly


Malgorzata Halicka and Jerzy Halicki


12. Age(Ing) And Things - Methodological Perspectives


Carolin Kollewe


13. The Solo Cross-National Researcher of Long-Term Care System for Older People


Henglien Lisa Chen


Part 3: Implementation as The Main Purpose of Ageing Research


14. Current Challenges in Ageing Population Health Intervention Research. Illustration with The Case of Sobeezy Program


Linda Cambon, Francois Alla and Karine Peres


15. Supporting Empowerment of Elderly Persons with Multiple Chronic Conditions: Evidence for Sustainable Practice Improvement


Elise Verot and Alexandra Lelia Dima


16. Promotion of Physical Activity Among Older Adults: Is Social Marketing an Effective Method?


Luc Goethals, Nathalie Barth, David Hupin, Frederic Roche, Karine Gallopel-Morvan and Bienvenu Bongue


17. Preserving Autonomy and Quality of Life of The Elderly: The Contribution of French Gerontopoles


Nathalie Barth, Clara Pizzolo, Solene Dorier, Regis Gonthier and Thomas Celarier


18. Measuring Caregivers' Perceived Work-Based Stress in Nursing Homes for The Elderly - A Concept Considering Residents Suffering from Dementia


Daniela Wetzelhutter, Katrin Hasengruber, Renate Kranzl-Nagl and Tina Ortner


19. Application of The Five-Phase Model for Dyadic Analysis in Qualitative Research to Relationships Between Older Israeli Bereaved Mothers and Their Daughters-In-Law


Einav Segev and Yael Hochman


Part 4: Older Adults as The Source of Knowledge


20. Older People as Peer Researchers in Ageing Research: Nuisance or Necessity?


Ke Chen, Justin Chun Ting Cheung, Joy Juan Wang and Vivian W. Q. Lou


21. Including Participants Who Cannot Communicate in Research on Ageing?


Linda J. Garcia and Louise Belanger-Hardy


22. Exploring the Life Experiences of Less-Educated Rural Older Adults: Challenges and The Possible Solution-Life Story Interviews


Shirly HZ Chen and Vivian W. Q. Lou


23. Senior-Oriented Empirical Research in Nursing Homes for The Elderly: Experiences from Austria


Renate Kranzl-Nagl and Daniela Wetzelhutter


24. A Critical Reflection on Photovoice Applied in Exploring the Lived Experience and Needs of Male Caregivers


Frances YANG Lu, Vivian W. Q. Lou and Carman TO Ka-Man


25. Recapitulation: Ageing Research on Highways and Byways of Methodology


Appendix No. 1


Appendix No. 2


Appendix No. 3


Appendix No. 4

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