Publishing with Purpose
Life stages and intergenerationality
With the number of people aged over 60 tripling since 1950, and the combined senior and geriatric population projected to reach 2.1 billion by 2050, the world's ageing population is creating many new challenges.
Addressing issues around Goal 1: No Poverty, Goal 4: Quality Education and Goal 5: Gender Equality, the work we publish in this area helps identify and address the challenges that come with this increase in people reaching old age. It explores the many issues around ageing and health (including later life conditions like dementia), intergenerationality, the implementation of age friendly cities, the prevelance of loneliness in senior citizens and the issues for carers who are looking after the elderly.
Through supporting organisations such as the British Society of Gerontology, our list raises awareness about, and aims to find solutions to, this global challenge by ensuring this invaluable research is accessible and able to have an impact on the wider global debate.
Bristol University Press and Policy Press are signed up to the UN SDG Publishers Compact. In Life stages and intergenerationality, we aim to address the following goals:
International Journal of Care and Caring
The special issue: Cross-cultural contexts of eldercare and caring: theory, research and policy. Guest edited by Ruth Katz and Ariela Lowenstein
“You have got to get off your backside; otherwise, you’ll never get out”: older male carers’ experiences of loneliness and social isolation [Open Access]
Paul Willis, Alex Vickery and Jon Symonds
The positive effects of caring for family carers of older adults: a scoping review [Open Access]
Alex Pysklywec et al.
Longitudinal and Life Course Studies
Preventing interview falsifications during fieldwork in the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE)
Michael Bergmann; Karin Schuller and Frederic Malter