The aim of this SSHRC funded research project is to consider the nature of precarity in relation to age; to extend thinking on precarity into later life, and explore how trajectories and vulnerabilities (low income, disability, and immigration) that are produced in contemporary society can affect late life.
Precarity & Aging
b) vulnerable to the will or decision of others. Including being dependent on chance or circumstance; uncertain; liable to fail; exposed to risk, hazardous; insecure or unstable.
publications & findings
b) at risk of falling, collapse, or similar accident; unsound and unsafe.