This project, entitled “Precarity and Aging: Unequal Experiences in Contemporary Late Life” will draw on different methods to understand and account for precarious trajectories in relation to contemporary aging, expected life course transitions and dominant success-based models of aging in Canada.Details
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”.Details
At the Ethics and Social Welfare Conference, team member Chris Phillipson and principal investigator Amanda Grenier presented a paper titled ‘Precarious old age: revisiting human vulnerability in later life and ethical responses in policies and practices’ that took place in London, United Kingdom on September, 2016.
At the British Sociological Association Annual Conference, team member Chris Phillipson and principal investigator Amanda Grenier will present a paper titled ‘From ‘active’ to ‘precarious’ ageing: globalization and the reconstruction of the life course’. The conference will be held in Manchester, UK on April 6. 2017