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Routledge International Handbook of Participatory Approaches in Ageing Research

Anna UrbaniakAnna Wanka(Herausgeber*in)
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Erschienen am 31. Oktober 2023
484 Seiten
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This Handbook presents established and innovative perspectives on involving older adults as co-creators in ageing research. It reorients research and policy toward more inclusive and adequate designs that capture the voices and needs of older adults.

The Handbook:

introduces types of participatory approaches in ageing research;
highlights key methodological aspects of these approaches;
gives insights from projects across different cultural contexts and academic disciplines, showing ways in which older participants can be involved in co-designing different stages of the research cycle;
examines key issues to consider when involving older participants at each step of the research process;
includes the voices of older adults directly;
draws out conclusions and points ways forward for future research.

This Handbook will be essential reading for researchers and students interested in the field of ageing and/ or participatory methods, as well as for those policy stakeholders in the fields of ageing and demographic change, social and public policy, or health and wellbeing who are interested in involving older adults in policy processes. It will be useful for third-sector advocacy organizations and international non-governmental and public agencies working either in citizen involvement/participation or the ageing sector.
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23 Tables, black and white; 9 Line drawings, black and white; 22 Halftones, black and white; 31 Illustrations, black and white
978-1-000-95779-2 (9781000957792)
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Anna Urbaniak is a social sciences researcher with expertise in life-course transitions, the re/production of social inequalities across the life course, and participatory approaches in ageing research. She is a founder of PAAR: Research Network on Participatory Approaches in Ageing Research and a chair of COST Action CA22167 on Participatory Approaches with Older Adults (PAAR- net). She is also a co-chair of the Research Network on Ageing in Europe (European Sociological Association). She is working as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Vienna (Austria) and Jagiellonian University (Poland), and as an Assistant Professor at Cracow University of Economics (Poland).

Anna Wanka is a sociologist and critical gerontologist interested in the social construction of age. Her areas of expertise comprise the social practices of un/doing age, life course transitions/retirement and the re/production of social inequalities across the life course, ageing and technologies, age-friendly cities and communities, mixed-methods, and participatory research. She is co-founder of PAAR: Research Network on Participatory Approaches in Ageing Research and a co-chair of COST Action CA22167 on Participatory Approaches with Older Adults (PAAR- net). She is working as a research group leader at Goethe University Frankfurt/Main, Germany.
1. Participatory approaches in ageing research: an overview

Part 1: Methodological aspects of participatory approaches in ageing research

2. Role of reflexivity in challenging participation inequality in participatory approaches with older adults

3. The willingness of older adults to engage in participatory research: Empirical findings from Switzerland

4. Involving older adults in the data analysis process

5. Participatory Research and Development Approaches in Applied Ageing Research

Part 2: Designing research together with older adults

6. Setting the Research Agenda Together as a Form of Productive Ageing. Rationale and Exemplary Cases

7. Co-creating culturally nuanced social measures with indigenous elders

8. Tensions in transformations: Participatory approaches in sustainable energy technology projects in the UK and India

Part 3: Collecting data together with older adults

9. Promenade Parlante: Intergenerational Dialogue, Urban Scenography, and Co-Creation

10. Older individuals' active participation in data-collection in diverse settings in South Africa

11. Challenges and opportunities of new product co-creation with older consumers

Part 4: Analysing and validating results together with older adults

12. Experience of member check with older adults in non-participatory-research-culture

13. 'We talked about years that I experienced as well!' - The role of age in the participatory design of phone befriending services in Estonia

14. When care is moving in - participatory approaches to elicit needs and desires when healthcare has become a natural part of your daily life

15. Older Adults in Research: A Participatory Approach to Sexuality and Intimacy Based on an Example from Poland

Part 5: Disseminating results together

16. Promoting civic participation: comparing three co-produced models of lifelong learning and cultural engagement in the UK

17. Making graphic magazines with people living with dementia: the case for participatory dissemination

18. The Later Life Audio and Radio Co-operative: creating sustainable communities from participatory action research

19. The Living Library -A participatory approach to societal research impact

Part 6: Doing the whole research process together

20. The Belgian Ageing Studies: peer research as an instrument to empower older people

21. A service provider approach to rights-based research

22. Patient partner engagement in dementia research during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond

Part 7: Voices and experiences of older co-researchers

23. Working together to research the everyday lives of people living with dementia and those supporting them

24. Co-creating research: Co-researchers' parallel conversations with Maori elders

25. Co-creating research: co-researchers` parallel conversations from the participatory action research project 'CareComLabs'

26. Doing Research Together - insights from the intergenerational project "DigiGen" in Germany

27. Co-creating research: co-researchers' parallel conversations from the project 'SEVEN - Socially Excluded Older Adults: Voices and Experiences'

Part 8: Future perspectives in the field of participatory approaches in ageing research

28. Participation for Mission-oriented Innovation: A Governance Perspective

29. Employing Citizen Science to understand the contemporary needs of older adults accessing and using technology in a pandemic

30. Co-producing knowledge: reflections from a community-based participatory research project on caring communities to strengthen ageing in place

31. Epistemology and Methodology of Participatory Research with Older Adults: A Comparison of Four Age-friendly City National Experiences Myriam Leleu, Mario Paris, Hugo

32. Participatory approaches in ageing research: Future perspectives

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