By Gavin J. Andrews, David R. Phillips
During contemporary years, an expanding volume of educational study has interested by older individuals with a selected emphasis on settings, locations and areas. This publication offers a complete evaluate of analysis and the coverage region of 'ageing and place'.
An insightful publication on an incredible subject, Andrews and Phillips have jointly edited a helpful info and reference resource for people with pursuits within the spatial dimensions of getting older within the twenty-first century. starting from macro-scale views at the distribution of older populations on nationwide scales, to the which means of particular neighborhood areas and settings to older participants, at the micro-scale, the e-book spans a whole variety of analysis traditions and overseas perspectives.
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Humanistic gerontology The concern to reinsert human subjectivity into the study of ageing has prompted an interest in qualitative and interpretive methods in ageing research. The past decade has marked an upsurge of interest in humanistic approaches to the study of ageing where, for example, literature is used as a source of ideas about the meaning and experience of ageing (Hepworth, 2000). Literary gerontology takes as its focus the interpretation of ageing and creativity through close readings of literary texts (Basting, 2000).
Furthermore, this is supported by a societal emphasis on youth as positive and ‘the norm’. In short, neither research nor society has sufficiently addressed the normality of ageing, the whole person and the range of places frequented. One important direction for research therefore is to also study the ageing body in positive contexts such as sexuality, fitness, spirituality and consumerism and to conceptualise their relationship to places. The home space The majority of research on ageing, health and place has focused on the experience, meaning and construction of two locales: the home and supportive residential care facilities.
Rather than conceptualising older people as to be ‘placed’ in a care-home, which implies passivity, we should think about them as ‘living’ in the home, where they make active choices, decisions and judgements about their living environment. , 2003: 239) A later chapter in this book will consider the multi-disciplinary study of RCFs in much greater detail and the part that geography plays in it. However, from this short section it is evident that, even if not explicitly geographical in nature, research has started to unravel the finer features that make these places in terms of civil rights, independence, privacy, everyday home life, image and identity.
Ageing and Place by Gavin J. Andrews, David R. Phillips