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Critical gerontology, Carers, Caring, narrative, Discourse

January 19th, 2018 Written by Laura Funk  Aging, caring, and dying involve constant negotiation of multiple moral imperatives. The independent senior: taking responsibility to live in the community with minimal reliance on others. The ...

Critical Gerontology, Communications, Later life, Savoring, Gerontology, Aging,

January 5th, 2018 Written by Maggie Pitts Take a deep breath and slowly exhale. Let your mind drift back to a favorite memory or a recent pleasurable experience. Hold that image still in your mind and try to walk around inside of it. ...

critical gerontology, happy holidays

Thank you for making our blog a great success. As we look back on the past year, we wish to acknowledge those who have followed the blog and contributed their work to the International Network for Critical Gerontology. We look forward ...

December 8th, 2017 Written by Vanessa Fabbre     The social work profession has rapidly increased its awareness and inclusion of sexual orientation and gender identity issues in practice discourse in recent years. This increased ...

Critical Gerontology, Aging, CAG, Canada

November 24th, 2017 Written by Kelsey Harvey, Stephanie Hatzifilalithis and Rachel Weldrick Held from October 19th-21st 2017 in Winnipeg, The University of Manitoba and their Centre on Aging successfully hosted the 46th annual Canadian ...

climate change, martha cohen, aging, critical gerontology,

November 10th, 2017 Written by: Martha Paterson-Cohen Gerontology is a relatively new field of study, which recognized the challenges of the coming population aging (longevity plus baby boomer demographics). Although originating as a ...