Later years are changing under the impact of demographic, social and cultural shifts. No longer confined to the sphere of social welfare, they are now studied within a wider cultural framework that encompasses new experiences and new modes of being. Drawing on influences from the arts and humanities, and deploying diverse methodologies a visual, literary, spatial a and theoretical perspectives Cultural Gerontology has brought new aspects of later life into view. This major new publication draws together these currents including: Theory and Methods; Embodiment; Identities and Social Relationships; Consumption and Leisure; and Time and Space. Based on specially commissioned chapters by leading international authors, the Routledge Handbook of Cultural Gerontology will provide concise authoritative reviews of the key debates and themes shaping this exciting new field.Gordon McMullan is Professor of English and Director of the London Shakespeare Centre at Kinga#39;s College London. His publications ... Lucy Munro is a Lecturer in Shakespeare and Early Modern Drama Studies at Kinga#39;s College London. Her current ... Karen Oa#39;Reilly is Professor of Sociology at Loughborough University.
|Title||:||Routledge Handbook of Cultural Gerontology|
|Author||:||Julia Twigg, Wendy Martin|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2015-06-12|