Team members delivered papers at the Canadian Association on Gerontology’s 48th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting. Kobayashi, K.M. and Vincent, J. (October, 2019). Social isolation among older immigrants: A scoping review. Paper presented at the 48th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting of the Canadian Association on Gerontology, Moncton, NB, October 24-26. Marier, P., Grenier, A.,…
Principal Investigator, Amanda Grenier, and collaborator Chris Phillipson delivered papers in a symposia session on Precarity at the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting. The following lists the papers that were delivered: Grenier, A. (November, 2019). Frailty and precarity: Untangling conceptual paths in late life. In Precarity and later life: Understanding new…
The edited collection Precarity and Ageing: Understanding Insecurity and Risk in Later Life was launched on July 3rd, 2020 at the British Society of Gerontology’s online conference (virtually due to COVID-19). The video for the talk and Q and A can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvYXOKBb2c4&list=UUvUyju-qoyn-eaDyzJIrVRA&index=18
Principal Investigator, Amanda Grenier presented the keynote in September 2019 at the 9th annual conference of Aging and Social Change in Vienna. The presentation was titled: “Precarity in late life: Understanding new forms of insecurity and risk”.
Debbie Laliberte Rudman presented a seminar on “Enhancing inequities and producing precarity: The individualization of later life unemployment” at the Occupational Therapy School in August 2019.
At the Trent Aging Conference, Amanda Grenier and Chris Phillipson presented a paper titled: “Austerity and Precarity: Individual and Collective Agency in Later Life” as part of the session Precarity and Aging: Understanding Changing Forms of Risk and Insecurity in Later Life.
A session titled “ Precarity and aging: Understanding changing forms of risk and insecurity in later life” was completed at the Gerontological Society of America Conference in 2018.
At the Canadian Association on Gerontology Conference in 2018, the Precarity project team ran a session on “Precarity and Aging: Understanding Changing Forms of Risk and Insecurity in Later Life”.
At the Annual meeting of the Canadian Association on Gerontology, Principal investigator Amanda Grenier and Research Assistant Stephanie Hatzifilalithis presented a poster titled “Precarity: A new way to understand insecurity and vulnerability in late life”.
At the British Society on Gerontology, Amanda Grenier and Chris Phillipson presented a paper titled ‘Precarious or active ageing: Competing paradigms in the social construction of later life’.