Peer Reviewed

Barrantes Cáceres, R. & Cozzubo Chaparro, A. (2017). Age for learning, age for teaching: the role of inter-generational, intra-household learning in Internet use by older adults in Latin America. Information, Communication & Society, 1–17.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2017.1371785

Barrantes Cáceres, R. & Vargas, E. (2017). Inequalities in the Appropriation of Digital Spaces in Metropolitan Areas of Latin America. In H. Kaur, E. Lechman & A Marszk (Eds.), Catalyzing Development through ICT Adoption (pp. 207–216). Berlin: Springer.

Berdychevsky, L., & Nimrod, G. (2015). “Let’s talk about sex”: Discussions in seniors’ online communities. Journal of Leisure Research, 47(4), 467–484.

Bol, N., Bergstrom, J. C. R., Smets, E. M., Loos, E. F., Strohl, J., & van Weert, J. C. (2014). Does web design matter? Examining older adults’ attention to cognitive and affective illustrations on cancer-related websites through eye tracking. In Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction. Aging and Assistive Environments (pp. 15–23). Berlin, Germany: Springer.

Bol, N., Scholz, C., Smets, E. M., Loos, E. F., de Haes, H. C., & van Weert, J. C. (2013). Senior patients online: Which functions should a good patient website offer? In Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction. User and Context Diversity (pp. 32–41). Berlin, Germany: Springer.

Bol, N., Smets, E. M. A., Eddes, E. H., de Haes, J. C. J. M., Loos, E. F., & van Weert, J. C. M. (2015). Illustrations enhance older colorectal cancer patients’ website satisfaction and recall of online cancer information: Illustrations in cancer communication. European Journal of Cancer Care, 24(2), 213–223. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecc.12283

Bol, N., Smets, E. M., Rutgers, M. M., Burgers, J. A., de Haes, H. C., Loos, E. F., & van Weert, J. C. (2013). Do videos improve website satisfaction and recall of online cancer-related information in older lung cancer patients? Patient Education and Counseling, 92(3), 404–412.

Bol, N., van Weert, J. C., de Haes, H. C., Loos, E. F., de Heer, S., Sikkel, D., & Smets, E. M. (2014). Using cognitive and affective illustrations to enhance older adults’ website satisfaction and recall of online cancer-related information. Health Communication, 29(7), 678–688.

Bol, N., van Weert, J. C., de Haes, H. C., Loos, E. F., & Smets, E. M. (2015). The effect of modality and narration style on recall of online health information: Results from a web-based experiment. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 17(4), 104. https://doi.org/10.2196/jmir.4164

Bol, N., van Weert, J. C. M., Loos, E. F., Romano Bergstrom, J. C., Bolle, S., & Smets, E. M. A. (2016). How are online health messages processed? Using eye tracking to predict recall of information in younger and older adults. Journal of Health Communication, 21(4), 387–396. https://doi.org/10.1080/10810730.2015.1080327

Bol, N., van Weert, J., de Haes, H., Loos, E., & Smets, E. (2013). Narratieve communicatie: Het effect van personalisatie en leeftijds congruentie in narratieve communicatie op website satisfactie en recall van online gezondheidsinformatie. Tijdschrift Voor Communicatiewetenschap, 41(4), 346–363.

Bolle, S., Romijn, G., Smets, E. M., Loos, E. F., Kunneman, M., & van Weert, J. C. (2016). Older cancer patients’ user experiences with web-based health information tools: A think-aloud study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 18(7).

Bolle, S., van Weert, J. C. M., Daams, J. G., Loos, E. F., de Haes, H. C. J. M., & Smets, E. M. A. (2015). Online health information tool effectiveness for older patients: A systematic review of the literature. Journal of Health Communication, 20(9), 1067–1083.

Bolle, S., van Weert, J. C. M., Smets, E. M. A., & Loos, E. F. (2015). Lack of development and usability descriptions in evaluation reports on online health information tools for older patients. In J. Zhou & G. Salvendy (Eds.), Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population (pp. 27–33). Berlin, Germany: Springer.

Brandellero, A., Janssen, S., Cohen, S., & Roberts, L. (2014). Popular music heritage, cultural memory and cultural identity. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 20(3), 219–223.

Cáceres, R. B., & Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2012). Mobile phone use among market traders at fairs in rural Peru. Information Technologies & International Development, 8(3), 35–52.

Carver, L., Beamish, R., & Phillips, S. (2018). Successful Aging: Illness and Social Connections. Geriatrics, 3(1), 3. https://doi.org/10.3390/geriatrics3010003

Carver, L.F. (accepted). Health and Gender: Quantifying the Unquantifiable. Research in the Sociology of Health Care. Publication forthcoming in 2018

Carver, L. F. & Buchanan, D. (2016). Successful Aging: Considering Non-biomedical Constructs. Clinical Interventions in Aging, 2016(11), 1623-1630.

Carver, L., Vafaei, A., Guerra, R., Freire, A. & Phillips, S.P. (2013). Gender Differences: Examination of the 12-Item Bem Sex Role Inventory (BSRI-12) in an Older Brazilian Population. PLOS ONE, 8(10), e76356. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0076356

Carver, L. (2004). Re-thinking Workfare. Canadian Woman Studies, 23(3/4),143-145.

Charise, A. (2014). The future is certain: Manifesting age, culture, humanities. Age, Culture, Humanities: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 1, 11–16.

Charise, A. (2016). Spots of future time: Tableaux, masculinity, and the enactment of aging. Modern Drama, 59(2), 155–176.

Charise, A. (Forthcoming, 2018). Resemblance, Diversity, and Making Age Studies Matter. In O. Banner, N. Carlin, & T. Cole (Eds.), Teaching Health Humanities. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

Charise, A., & Eginton, M. (2018). Humanistic Perspectives: Arts and the Aging Mind. In M. Rizzo, S. Anderson, & B. Fritzsch (Eds.), The Wiley Handbook on the Aging Mind and Brain (First Edition, pp. 78–99). Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons.

Chazan, M., & Macnab, M. (Accepted and in press, 2018). Doing the Feminist Intergenerational Mic: Digital Storytelling Methodology as Social Change Praxis. FORUM: Qualitative Social Research.

Chivers, S., & Kriebernegg, U. (2017). Care Home Stories: Aging, Disability, and Long-Term Residential Care. In: Chivers, Sally, and Ulla Kriebernegg (Ed.): Care Home Stories: Aging, Disability, and Long-Term Residential Care. Bielefeld. transcript. 2017. 1-15.

Chivers, S., & Kriebernegg, U. (eds.). Care Home Stories: Aging, Disability, and Long-Term Residential Care. Bielefeld. transcript. 2017.

Cohen, S. (2013a). “From the big dig to the big gig”: Live music performance and social change in the European capital of culture 2008. In F. Holt & C. Wergin (Eds.), Music Performance and the Changing City: Post Industrial Contexts in Europe and the United States (pp. 27–51). London, England: Routledge.

Cohen, S. (2013b). Musical memory, heritage and local identity: Remembering the popular music past in a European capital of culture. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 19(5), 576–594.

Cohen, S. (2014). “Going to a gig”: Remembering and mapping the places and journeys of live rock music in England. In K. Burland & S. Pitts (Eds.), Coughing and Clapping (pp. 131–147). Guildford, England: Ashgate.

Cohen, S. (2015). Cityscapes. In J. Shepherd & K. Devine (Eds.), The Sociology of Music Reader. London, England: Routledge.

Cohen, S. (2016). Music as cartography: English audiences and their autobiographical memories of the musical past. In J. Brusila, B. Johnson, & J. Richardson (Eds.), Music, Memory, Space. Bristol, England: Intellect Books.

Cohen, S. (Forthcoming (in press)). Music, Memory and Ageing: Stories from the Archives. In G. Grenier & F. Valois-Nadeau (Eds.), The Cultural Mediations of Memory and Ageing. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Cohen, S., Knifton, R., Leonard, M., & Roberts, L. (Eds.). (2014). Sites of popular music heritage. New York,  NY: Routledge.

Cohen, S., & Kronenburg, R. (2018). Musical landscapes: Liverpool. London: English Heritage.

Cohen, S., & Roberts, L. (2013). “Heritage rocks!” Mapping spaces of popular music tourism. In S. Kruger & R. Trandafoiu (Eds.), The Globalization of Musics in Transit: Musical Migration and Tourism (pp. 35–59). London, England: Routledge.

Comunello, F., Fernández-Ardèvol, M., Mulargia, S., & Belotti, F. (2016). Women, youth and everything else: Age-based and gendered stereotypes in relation to digital technology among elderly Italian mobile phone users. Media, Culture & Society, 1–18.

Comunello, F., Mulargia, S., Belotti, F., & Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2015). Older people’s attitude towards mobile communication in everyday life: Digital literacy and domestication processes. In J. Zhou & G. Salvendy (Eds.), Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population. Design for Aging (pp. 439–450). Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-20892-3_43

Cooper, C., Marston, L., Barber, J., Livingston, D., Rapaport, P., & Higgs, P. (2018). Do care homes deliver person-centred care? A cross-sectional survey of staff-reported abusive and positive behaviours towards residents from the MARQUE (Managing Agitation and Raising Quality of Life) English national care home survey. PLoS ONE, 13(3): e0193399. https://doi.org/doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0193399

Couture, M., & Marier, P. (2015). Soutien aux proches aidants: Composer avec la réalité québécoise. Vie et Vieillissement, 12(2), 5–13.

Cucinelli, G. (Forthcoming). Digital device practices and policies in high schools: Conversations with youth about their thoughts and experiences. Journal of Social Inclusion.

Cucinelli, G. (Forthcoming). Media production and social media initiatives by and for people with disabilities. Journal of Media Literacy Education. Special Issue on Media Literacy and Disability.

Cucinelli, G., Davidson, A. L.Romero, M., & Matheson, T. (2018). Intergenerational Learning Through a Participatory Video Game Design Workshop. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 16(1-2), 146-165.

de la Hera Conde-Pumpido, T., Loos, E. F., Simons, M. & Blom, J. (2017). Benefits and Factors Influencing the Design of Intergenerational Digital Games: A Systematic Literature Review. Societies, 7(18).

Dolan, J. (Forthcoming). Old age and contemporary cinema: Gender and the silvering of stardom. London, England: Palgrave Macmillan.

Dolan, J. (Forthcoming). “The iron lady: Genre, prosthetic memory and the organised forgetting of feminism.” In L. Grenier & F. Valois-Nadeau (Eds.), The Cultural Mediations of Ageing and Memory. Oklahoma, United States: Transcript Press: Norman.

Dolan, J. (2013a). Firm and hard: Gender, old age and Hollywood’s gaze. In J. Prieto-Arranz, P. Bastida-Rodriguez, M. Fernández-Morales, & C. Suarez-Gomez (Eds.), De-Centring Cultural Studies: Past, Present and Future of Popular Culture (pp. 217–246). Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Dolan, J. (2013b). Smoothing the wrinkles: Hollywood, old age femininity and the pathological gaze. In C. Carter, L. Steiner, & L. McLaughlin (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Media and Gender (pp. 342–351). London & New York: Routledge.

Dolan, J. (2013c). Update to Myra Macdonald (2008) femininity and feminine values. In D. Wolfgang (Ed.), The International Encyclopaedia of Communication (Online). Retrieved from http://www.communicationencyclopedia.com/public/tocnode?query=Femininity+and+Feminine+Values&widen=1&result_number=1&from=search&id=g9781405131995_yr2015_chunk_g978140513199511_ss18-1&type=std&fuzzy=0&slop=1

Dolan, J. (2015). Crumbling rejuvenation: Archetype, embodiment and the “aging beauty myth.” In N. Fadina & L. Hockley (Eds.), The Happiness Illusion: How the Media Sold Us a Fairytale (pp. 75–88). London & New York: Routledge.

Dolan, J. (2016a). ”Old age” films: Golden retirement, dispossession and disturbance. In E. Boschi & C. Geraghty (Eds.), Post-Thatcher Special Edition of the Journal of British Cinema and Television.

Dolan, J. (2016b). The cooking of friendships: Nora Ephron and the life-work of “mediated intimacy.” In N. Casado-Gual, E. Domínguez-Rué, & B. Worsfold (Eds.), Literary Creativity and the Older Woman Writer: A Collection of Critical Essays. Bern & Oxford: Peter Lang.

Dolan, J. (2017). The iron lady: Genre, prosthetic memory and the organised forgetting of feminism. In L. Grenier & F. Valois-Nadeau (Eds.), The Cultural Mediations of Ageing and Memory. Oklahoma, United States: Transcript Press: Norman.

Ekström, M., & Loos, E. (2015). Constructing third age eHealth consumers by using personas from a cultural age perspective. In J. Zhou & G. Salvendy (Eds.), Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population. Design for Aging (pp. 35–43). Berlin, Germany: Springer.

Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2011). Mobile phones in a retirement home: Strategic tools for mediated communication. In H. Cherifi, J. Zain, & E. El-Qawasmeh (Eds.), International Conference on Digital Information and Communication Technology and Its Applications (H. Cherifi, J.M. Zain, and E. El-Qawasmeh (Eds.): DICTAP 2011, Part I, CCIS 166, pp. 395–406). New York, NY: Springer.

Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2013a). Deliberate missed calls: A meaningful communication practice for seniors? Mobile Media & Communication, 1(3), 285–298.

Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2013b). Personas adultas mayores y comunicación móvil: La importancia de la voz y los sms en Montevideo. Revista de Ciencias Sociales, 26(33), 97–120.

Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2014). Mobile phones, restrictions and discontinuities. In C. Niang, I. Scharff, & C. Wamala (Eds.), Proceedings of 4th International Conference on M4D Mobile Communication for Development M4D 2014, General Tracks (pp. 119–130). Karlstad, Sweden: Karlstad University. Retrieved from http://openaccess.uoc.edu/webapps/o2/handle/10609/31581

Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2016). An exploration of mobile telephony non-use among older people. In E. Domínguez-Rué & L. Nierling (Eds.), Ageing and Technology: Perspectives from the Social Sciences (pp. 47–65). Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript Verlag.

Fernández-Ardèvol, M., & Ivan, L. (2013). Older people and mobile communication in two European contexts. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations, 15(3), 83–98.

Fernández-Ardèvol, M., & Ivan, L. (2015). Why age is not that important? An ageing perspective on computer anxiety. In J. Zhou & G. Salvendy (Eds.), Human-Computer Interaction International (Vol. 9193, pp. 189–200). New York, NY: Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-20892-3_19

Fernández-Ardèvol, M., & Prieto, L. A. (2012). Mobile telephony and older people: Exploring use and rejection. Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture, 3(1), 9–24.

Fernández-Ardèvol, M., K. Sawchuk, L. Grenier. (2017). Maintaining connections: octo and nonagenarians on digital “use and non-use.” Nordicom Review. 38(1), 39-51.

Fernández-Ardèvol, M., & Rosales, A. (2018). Older people, smartphones and WhatsApp. In J. Vincent & L. Haddon (Eds.), Smartphone Cultures. Abingdon, United Kingdom: Routledge.

Fernández-Ardèvol, M., & Rosales, A. (2017). My interests, my activities: Learning from an intergenerational comparison of smartwatch use. In J. Zhou & G. Salvendy (Eds.), Human aspects of IT for the aged population: Applications, services and contexts (Vol. 10298, pp. 114–129). Cham, Switzerland: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-58536-9_10

Ferreira, S. M., Sayago, S., & Blat, J. (2014). Towards iTV services for older people: Exploring their interactions with online video portals in different cultural backgrounds. Technology and Disability, 26(4), 199–209.

Ferreira, S. M., Sayago, S., & Blat, J. (2016). Going beyond telecenters to foster the digital inclusion of older people in Brazil: Lessons learned from a rapid ethnographical study. Information Technology for Development, 22(1), 26–46.

Ferreira, S. M., Sayago, S., & Blat, J. (2017a). Learning in later life while engaging in cross-generational digital content creation and playful educational activities. In Game-Based Learning Across the Lifespan (pp. 115–129). New York, NY: Springer.

Ferreira, S.M., Sayago, S., & Blat, J. (2017b). Older people’s production and appropriation of digital videos: an ethnographic study. Behaviour & Information Technology, 36(6), 557-574.

Forman, M. (2013). Kill the static: Temporality and change in the hip-hop mainstream (and its “other”). In A. Bennett, S. Baker, & J. Taylor (Eds.), Redefining Mainstream Popular Music (pp. 61–74). London, England: Routledge.

Forman, M. (2014a). Ice/age: Experience, achievement, and transformations of an O.G. In J. Metcalf & W. Turner (Eds.), Rapper, Writer, Pop-Cultural Player: Ice-T and the Politics of Black Cultural Production (pp. 19–41). Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.

Forman, M. (2014b). Visualising place, representing age in hip-hop: Converging themes in scarface’s “my block.” Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 28(3), 303–313.

Forman, M. (2015). Obama/Time: The president in the hip hop nation. In T. Gosa & E. Nielson (Eds.), The Hip Hop & Obama Reader (pp. 155–75). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Francescato, S., Maierhofer, R., Minghetti, V., & Trinkaus, E.-M. (Eds.). (2017). Senior Tourism. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Aging and Traveling (Vol. Aging Studies XIII). Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript.

Fraser, S. A., Kenyon, V., Lagacé, M., Wittich, W., & Southall, K. (2016). Stereotypes associated with age-related conditions and assistive device use in the Canadian media. The Gerontologist, 56(6), 1023–1032.

Gilleard, C., & Higgs, P. (2015). Aging, embodiment, and the somatic turn. Age, Culture, Humanities, (2), 17–33.

Gilleard, C., Jones, I., & Higgs, P. (2015). Connectivity in later life: The declining age divide in mobile cell phone ownership. Sociological Research Online, 20(2), 3.

Gilleard, C., & Higgs, P. (2016). Connecting Life Span Development with the Sociology of the Life Course: A New Direction. Sociology, 50(2), 201–31.

Gilleard, C., & Higgs, P. (2017). Ageing, corporality and social divisions in later life. Ageing and Society, 37(8), 1681–1702.

Goldman, M. (2014). “Their Dark Cells”: Transference, Memory, and Postmemory in John Mighton’s Half Life. In E. Ty & C. Sugars (Eds.), Canadian Literature and Cultural Memory (pp. 118–133). Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press.

Goldman, M. (2015). Gothic and Apocalyptic Portrayals of Dementia in Canadian Fiction. In A. Swinnen & M. Schweda (Eds.), Popularizing Dementia: Public Expressions and Representations of Forgetfulness. Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript.

Goldman, M. (2016). Re-Imagining Dementia in the Fourth Age: the Ironic Fictions of Alice Munro. Sociology of Health and Illness Journal and Monograph Series. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9566.12439

Goldman, M. (2017). Forgotten: Narratives of Age-Related Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease. McGill-Queen’s Press.

Goldman, M., & Powell, S. (2015). Alzheimer’s, Ambiguity, and Irony: Alice Munro’s “The Bear Came over the Mountain” and Sarah Polley’s Away from Her. Canadian Literature, 225, 82–99.

Goldman, M., & Switzky, L. (Eds.). (2016). Aging and the Life Course. Modern Drama, 59(2).

Goldman, M. (Forthcoming). Alice Munro’s Dramatic Fictions: Challenging (Dis)Ability by Playing with Oedipus the King and Embracing the Queer Art of Failure. In L. York & A. DeFalco (Eds.), Exquisite Shame: Ethics and Affects in Alice Munro.

Goldman, M. (Forthcoming). What do (Older) Women Want: Sexperts versus the Raging Grannies. In M. Chazan (Ed.), Activist Aging: Older, Bolder, and Changing the World. Toronto: Women’s Press.

Goldman, M. (Forthcoming). Withdrawing Shame: Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home. In C. Rosenthal & E. Gruber (Eds.), Gained Ground: Perspectives on Canadian and Comparative North American Studies.

Grenier, L. (2012). Ageing and/as enduring: Discussing with “Turtles [that] do not die of old age.” In G. Latzko-Toth & F. Millerand (Eds.), TEM 2012: Proceedings of the Technology & Emerging Media Track. Waterloo, Canada: Annual Conference of the Canadian Communication Association. Retrieved from http://www.academia.edu/11026392/Ageing_and_as_Enduring_A_Discussion_with_Turtles_that_do_not_die_of_old_age

Grenier, L. (2015). “Pass it along!” Remembering and ageing together through popular music. In M. Romero (Ed.), Intergeneral Learning, Life Narratives and Games (Vol. 1, pp. 65–67). Québec: Centre de Recherche et D’Intervention sur la Réussite Scolaire (CRIRES).

Grenier, L., & Leduc, V. (2017). Signer/connecter:  Enjeux croisés du vieillissement, des technologies et de la sourditude. Revue Canadienne de Communication/Canadian Journal of Communication, 42(2), 213–233.

Grenier, L., & Sawchuk, K. (2017). Regards croisés sur une mobilisation éclair: À-propos de la médiatisation et du vieillissement. Recherches Sociologiques, 58(1), janvier-avril, 93-117.

Grenier, L., & Valois-Nadeau, F. (Eds.). (Forthcoming). The cultural mediations of ageing and memory. Oklahoma, United States: Transcript Press.

Grenier, L., & Valois-Nadeau, F. (2013). « Vous êtes tous des gagnants ». “Étoile des aînés” et le vieillissement réussi au Québec. Recherches Sociologiques et Anthropologiques, 44(1), 137–156.

Hebblethwaite, S. (2014). “Grannie’s got to go fishing”: Meanings and experiences of family leisure for three-generation families in rural and urban settings. World Leisure Journal, 56(1), 42–61. https://doi.org/10.1080/04419057.2013.876588

Hebblethwaite, S. (2015). Grandparents’ reflections on family leisure: “It keeps a family together”. Journal of Leisure Research, Special Issue on Leisure in Later Life, 48(1), 69-82.

Hebblethwaite, S. (2015). Understanding ambivalence in family leisure among three-generation families: “It’s all part of the package”. Annals of Leisure Research Special Issue: Children, Families and Leisure, 18(3), 359-376. Guest Editors Heike Schanzel & Neil Carr.

Hebblethwaite, S. (2015). Commentary: The professionalization of therapeutic recreation in Quebec, Canada. World Leisure Journal Special Issue: Global Therapeutic Recreation:  Should the United States Therapeutic Recreation Profession and the United States National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification (NCTRC) be Replicated in Other Nations? 57(1), 19-24.

Hebblethwaite, S. (2016). Grandparents’ reflections on family leisure: “It keeps a family together.” Journal of Leisure Research, 48(1). https://doi.org/10.18666/JLR-2016-V48-I1-6270

Hebblethwaite, S. (2016). Understanding ambivalence in family leisure among three-generation families: “It’s all part of the package”. In H. Schnzel & N. Carr (eds.), Children, Families, and Leisure. London: Routledge.

Hebblethwaite, S. (2017). The (in)visibility of older adults in digital leisure cultures. In S. Carnicelli, D. McGillivray, & G. McPherson (Eds.), Digital Leisure Cultures: Critical Perspectives. London & New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Hebblethwaite, S. (2017). The (in)visibility of grandparents in family leisure research: A call for expanded conceptualizations of ‘family’. Journal of Leisure Research, 39(5), 415-425.

Hebblethwaite, S., & Curley, L. (2015). Exploring the role of community recreation in stroke recovery using participatory action research and photovoice. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 49(1), 1.

Higgs, P., & Gilleard, C. (2015). Rethinking old age: Theorising the fourth age. London, England: Palgrave Macmillan.

Higgs, P., & Gilleard, C. (2016). Interrogating personhood and dementia. Aging & Mental Health, 20(8), 773–780.

Higgs, P., & Gilleard, C. (Eds.). (2017a). Ageing, Dementia and the Social Mind. Oxford: Wiley.

Higgs P., & Gilleard, C. (2017b). Ageing, dementia and the social mind: past, present and future perspectives. Sociology of Health & Illness, 39(2), 175–181. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9566.12536

Ivan, L., & Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2017a). Older people and the use of ICTs to communicate with children and grandchildren. Transnational Social Review7(1), 41-55.

Ivan, L., & Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2017b). Older People, Mobile Communication and Risks. Societies7(2), 7. http//:dx.doi.org/110.3390/soc7020007

Ivan, L., Daba-Buzoianu, C., & Duduciuc, A. (2016). Ageing and body image: Relation between self-esteem and body self-esteem at older adults. Interstudia (Revista Centrului Interdisciplinar de Studiu Al Formelor Discursive Contemporane Interstud), (19), 148–160.

Ivan, L., Dumitriu, D.L. & Săvulescu, R. (2016). Older people in digital creation contexts: building a participatory action research design. In Zbuchea &  Nicolaidis (2016). Proceedings of the 9th International Conference for Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Regional Development. Responsible Entrepreneurship, Vision, Development and Ethics (pp. 52-64). Bucharest: Comunicare.ro

Ivan, L., Daba-Buzoianu, C., & Gray, B. (2014). Mapping heterogeneity: Qualitative research in communication. Bucureşti, Romania: Tritonic.

Ivan, L., & Fernández Ardèvol, M. (2014). Elders and the use of mobile phone in Romania: Results of semi-structured interviews. In L. Ivan, C. Daba-Buzoianu, & B. Gray (Eds.), Mapping Heterogeneity: Qualitative Research in Communication (pp. 207–221). Bucharest, Romania: Tritonic.

Ivan, L., & Hebblethwaite, S. (2016). Grannies on the net: Grandmothers’ experiences of Facebook in family communication. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations, 18(1), 11. https://doi.org/10.21018/rjcpr.2016.1.199

Ivan, L., & Schiau, I. (2016). Experiencing computer anxiety in life: The role of stereotypes threat. In Z. Zhou & G. Salvendy (Eds.), Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population. Design for Aging. (pp. 339–349). Berlin, Germany: Springer.

Järviluoma, H., Cobussen, M., Meelberg, V., & Truax, B. (2016). The art and science of sensory memory walking. In The Routledge Companion to Sounding Art. London, England: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Jennings, R. (2015). Popular music and ageing. In Routledge Handbook of Cultural Gerontology. Routledge International Handbooks. (p. 77). Abingdon, United Kingdom: Routledge.

Jennings, R., & Krainitzki, E. (2015). “Call the celebrity”: Voicing the experience of women and ageing through the distinctive vocal presence of Vanessa Redgrave. In Women, Celebrity and Cultures of Ageing: Freeze Frame (pp. 178–196). London, England: Palgrave Macmillan.

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Swinnen, A. (2017). ‘The roses are long gone but the chrysanthemums are magnificent’: Late-life creativity in Quartet and YouthJournal of British Film and Television, 14(2), 162–178.

Swinnen, A. (2016). The performativity of age: (Not) acting one’s age in Benidorm Bastards. In M. Wynants & G. Nuyttens (Eds.), AGE (pp. 48-56). Brussels: Academic and Scientific Publishers.

Swinnen, A. (2016). Late-life masculinity in Wandering Streams by Pascal Rabaté. In H. Herwig & A. von Hülsen-Esch (Ed.), Alte im Film und auf der Bühne: Neue Altersbilder und Altersrollen in den darstellenden Künsten (pp. 95–117). Bielefeld: Transcript.

Swinnen, A., & de Medeiros, K. (2017a). Participatory arts programs in residential dementia care: Playing with language differences. Dementia. https://doi.org/10.1177/1471301217729985

Swinnen, A., & de Medeiros, K. (2017b). ‘Play’ and people living with dementia: A humanities-based inquiry of TimeSlips and the Alzheimer’s Poetry Project. The Gerontologist. https://doi:10.1093/geront/gnw196

Swinnen, A., Port, C., & Barnes Lipscomb,V. (2017). Exploring the boundaries of literary age studies. Frame: Journal of Literary Studies, 30(1), 19–30.

Trussell, D. E., Paterson, S., Hebblethwaite, S., Xing, T., & Evans, M. (2017). Negotiating the complexities and risks of an interdisciplinary research team. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 16, 1-10.

Twigg, J., & Martin, W. (Eds.). (2015a). Routledge handbook of cultural gerontology. London, England: Routledge.

Twigg, J., & Martin, W. (2015b). The challenge of cultural gerontology. The Gerontologist, 55(3), 353–359.

Twigg, J., & Martin, W. (2015c). The field of cultural gerontology: An introduction. In J. Twigg & W. Martin (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Cultural Gerontology (pp. 1–16). London, England: Routledge.

Urresti, X. L., & Loos, E. (2015). Contemporary meanings and experiences of television in the digital age. International Journal of Digital Television, 6(1), 43–60.

Valois-Nadeau, F. (2016). Rethinking heritagization through the digitization of familial archives: The case of Léo Gravelle’s website. Recherches En Sciences Sociales Sur Internet, (6).

Willmott, A. (2018). The Ageing Experience of Women in the UK who Identified with Punk Cultures. Postgraduate Journal of Women, Ageing and Media, (4), 96–104.

Wong, C. Y. (2011). Exploring the relationship between mobile phone and senior citizens: A Malaysian perspective. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 2(2), 65–77.

Wong, C.Y., Ibrahim, I., Hamid, T. A., & Mansor, E. I. (2017). The Use of Smartphone and Mobile Application among Older Adults in Malaysia. In P. Kommers (ed), Proceedings of the International Conference ICT, Society and Human Beings 2017, Lisbon (pp. 87-94), Portugal, 20-23 July 2017, IADIS Press.

Wong, C. Y., Khong, C. W., & Thwaites, H. (2010). Mobile user interface for seniors: An impact of ageing population on mobile design. Design Principles & Practice: An International Journal, 4(4).

Zonneveld, A., & Loos, E. F. (2015). Silver gaming: Ter leering ende vermaeck? Tijdschrift Voor Gerontologie En Geriatrie, 46(3), 152–159.

Non Peer Reviewed

Besanger, K. (2015a, February). Jiayin Liang on qualitative research and the “one child policy” generation [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/jiayin-jaylene-liang-on-the-importance-of-qualitative-research-and-how-growing-up-in-the-first-one-child-policy-generation-has-shaped-her-research/

Besanger, K. (2015b, March). Marlene Goldman and Larry Switzky on playing age [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/playing-age/

Besanger, K. (2016a, March). Bringing activism to the airwaves: Older women live goes live this month [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/bringing-activism-to-the-airwaves-older-women-live-goes-live-this-month/

Besanger, K. (2016b, May). Aging activisms media capsules workshop: A snapshot [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/aging-activisms-media-capsules-workshop-a-snapshot/

Besanger, K. (2017, May). Walking with locals [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/walking-with-locals/

Besanger, K. (2018, April). A genuine effort to engage older adults [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/a-genuine-effort-to-engage-older-adults/

Besanger, K., & Lafontaine, C. (2018, January). ACT reimagines the city from the perspective of aging: A look back at Age 3.0 [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/act-reimagines-the-city-from-the-perspective-of-aging-a-look-back-at-age-3-0/

Blanche, D. (2017, February). Stereotypes contested: A case study on older people’s political activism, ICT usage, and intergenerational solidarity [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/stereotypes-contested-a-case-on-older-peoples-political-activism-ict-usage-and-intergenerational-solidarity/

Carver, L.F. (2017). Tech gifts for unsavvy seniors may put your loved ones at risk. The Conversation. https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/opinion/analysis/tech-gifts-for-seniors-a-risky-choice-464876163.html; https://theconversation.com/tech-gifts-for-unsavvy-seniors-may-put-your-loved-ones-at-risk-88913; http://nationalpost.com/pmn/news-pmn/tech-gifts-for-unsavvy-seniors-may-put-your-loved-ones-at-risk

Carver, L.F. (2017). As An Ontario College Instructor, 75% Of My Hours Were Unpaid. http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/the-conversation-canada/as-an-ontario-college-instructor-75-of-my-hours-were-unpaid_a_23278911/

Charise, A. (2015). Out of time: The pleasures and perils of aging, by Lynne Segal. Age, Culture, Humanities: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2. Retrieved from http://ageculturehumanities.org/WP/out-of-time-the-pleasures-and-the-perils-of-ageing-by-lynne-segal/

Charise, A. (2016a, February). Rewriting the story of aging [Featured interview]. Retrieved from http://ose.utsc.utoronto.ca/ose/story.php?id=8281§id=1

Charise, A. (2016b, October). Andrea: Faces of health care [Featured interview]. Retrieved from http://healthydebate.ca/faces-health-care/humanities-medicine-aging

Charise, A. Stop Dehumanizing Old People by Using the Phrase “Grey Tsunami.” (2017, October 15). CBC The Sunday Edition [Featured Interview with Michael Enright, 24 mins]. Retrieved from http://www.cbc.ca/radio/thesundayedition/the-sunday-edition-october-15-2017-1.4353223/stop-dehumanizing-old-people-by-using-the-phrase-grey-tsunami-1.4353251

Dolan, J. (2018, March). Older women and the Oscars: Pay gaps, dress codes, and face lifts. [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/the-oscars-and-older-women-pay-gaps-dress-codes-and-face-lifts/

Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2017, November). Without the Grandmas, There is no Revolution. [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/without-the-grandmas-theres-no-revolution/

Gauthier, M., & Sawchuk, K. (2015, May). Perpetuating exclusion in Wikipedia: The case of WAM or the Centre for Women, Ageing and Media [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/perpetuating-exclusion-in-wikipedia-the-case-of-wam-or-the-centre-for-women-ageing-and-media/

Gauthier, M., Sawchuk, K., Grenier, L., Durocher, M., & Valois-Nadeau, F. (2016). ACTipedia. Montreal, Canada: Ageing + Communication + Technologies. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/projects/actipedia/ACTipedia.pdf

Gilleard, C., & Higgs, P. (2016a). Ethical issues in dementia care. In G. Scarre (Ed.), The Palgrave Handbook of the Philosophy of Aging (pp. 445–468). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Gilleard, C., & Higgs, P. (2016b). Gerontology versus Geriatrics: Different Ways of understanding Ageing and Old Age. In Scarre (Ed.), The Palgrave Handbook of the Philosophy of Aging (pp. 31–48). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Grenier, L. (2016). Éditorial. Pluriâges, 17(1), 4-9.

Haralanova, C. (2015, April). Dr. Ros Jennings from WAM: How music, gender and ageing converge [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/dr-ros-jennings-from-wam-how-music-gender-and-ageing-converge/

Higgs, P. (2016). New cultures of ageing. In M. Johnson & J. Walker (Eds.), Spiritual Dimensions of Ageing (pp. 214–230). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Higgs, P. (2017). Care Home Stories: Aging, disability and long term residential care. In S. Chivers & U. Kriebernegg (Eds.), An Enveloping Shadow. The Role of the Nursing Home in the Social Imaginary of the Fourth Age (pp. 229–246). Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript Verlag.

Higgs, P., & Gilleard, C. (2017). The nature of the fourth age as a challenge to ageing societies. In M. Schweda, L. Pfaller, K. Brauer, A. Adloff, & S. Schicktanz (Eds.), Planning Later Life: Bioethics and Public Health in Ageing Societies (pp. 57–80). London: Routledge.

Higgs, P., Verneer, Y., & Libert, S. (2017, March). Spotlight on technology and dementia research [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/spotlight-on-technology-and-dementia-research/

Järviluoma, H. (2013). Muisti ja liikkuvat pilvet. Column at the Site of Finnish Society of Cultural Studies. Retrieved from http://www.kultut.fi

Katz, S. (2017, January). ACT based research on aging and cognito-politics [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/reflections-from-stephen-katz-on-quantified-ageing/

Lafontaine, C. (2014, October). Murray Forman on age and hip-hop [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/murray-forman-named-nasir-jones-fellow-by-the-hutchins-center-at-harvard-university-for-research-on-age-and-hip-hop/

Lafontaine, C. (2016a, September). Age 3.0: The creative aging fair [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/age-3-0-the-creative-aging-fair/

Lafontaine, C. (2016b, October). Update from the annual ACT meeting [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/update-from-the-annual-act-meeting/

Lafontaine, C. & McAskill, A. (2017, July). Notes on the AgingGraz2017 ENAS & NANAS Conference [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/notes-on-the-aginggraz2017-enas-nanas-conference/

Lebel-Bernier, M., & McAskill, A. (2016, June). Fragment of life/fragments de vie: Digital creativity opens new doors for intergenerational learning [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/fragment-of-life-fragments-de-vie-digital-creativity-opens-new-doors-for-intergenerational-learning/

Leonard, K. (2016, August). It’s never too late [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/its-never-to-late-to-do-what-you-want/

Madden, D. (2017, December). Age/ing Waves [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/age-ing-waves/

Madden, D. (2018, February). Global learning at GUSEGG [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/global-learning-at-gusegg/

Marier, P. (2013). Sweden’s pension system: Still a social model? Inroads Journal, (33).

Marier, P. (2014). Les différentes trajectoires vers les revenus de retraite. Un examen des problèmes auxquels font face les femmes et les immigrants au Canada. Pluriâges, 5(1).

Marshall, B. L. (2017, October). Our Fitbits, our (aging)selves? [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/our-fitbits-our-agingselves-digital-self-tracking-and-embodied-aging/

Martin, W., & Pilcher, K. (2013). Photographing everyday life: Ageing, lived experiences, time and space. Generations Review.

McAskill, C. (2016, September). My experience at GUSEGG 2016: Transformation, transgression and trust [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/my-experience-at-gusegg-2016-transformation-transgression-and-trust/

Middleton, C. (2014a). Building a digital society: Questions for communication researchers. Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy, 2(1), 27.1-27.11.

Middleton, C. (2014b). Mobile media and next generation broadbrand: Policy and markets. In G. Goggin & L. Hjorth (Eds.), Routledge Companion to Mobile Media. London, England: Routledge.

Olszanowski, M. (2016, November). Flipping the camera screen: The importance of imaging technologies in elder communities [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/flipping-the-camera-screen-the-importance-of-imaging-technologies-in-elder-communities/

Ratzenböck, B. (2016, April). Shifting perspectives in the context of ageing, communication, and technologies at Graz international summer school Seggau [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/shifting-perspectives-in-the-context-of-ageing-communication-and-technologies-at-graz-international-summer-school-seggau/

Romero, M. (2016). Jeux numériques et apprentissages. Montreal: JFD.

Romero, M., & Loufane. (2016). ViBot, le robot. Québec, QC: Publications Du Québec.

Romero, M., & Vallerand, V. (2016). Guide d’activités technocréatives pour les enfants du 21e siècle. Québec, QC: Createspace, 1.

Romero, M. (2017). Competitive, Collaborative and Cooperative Play. In Peppler, K. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Out-of-School Learning. (115-117). Sage publishing.​

Taylor, G., Middleton, C., & Goodrick, P. (2015). Getting communications policy out of the telephone booth. Policy Options, 46–48.

Thwaites, H., & Khairul, H. (2014). Mah Meri unmasked polysensory intermedia exhibition 2013. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Center for Creative Content and Digital Innovation. Retrieved from https://mah-meri-unmasked.culturalspot.org/home

Thwaites, H., Jehom, W. & Hashim, K. (2015). Textiles tales of pua kumbu: Intermedia exhibition. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Centre for Creative Content and Digital Innovation.

Toso, T. (2017a, April). A recipe for activism: The politics and joy of cooking [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/a-recipe-for-activism-the-politics-and-joy-of-cooking/

Toso, T. (2017b, June). Skyping with Grandma: The Role of ICTS in Everyday Family Life. [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/skyping-grandma-the-role-of-icts-in-everyday-family-life/

Toso, T. (2018, May). Portraits of Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Reimagining Discourses on Ageing [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/portraits-of-alzheimers-and-dementia-reimagining-discourses-on-ageing/

Toso, T. & Nimrod, G. (2017, August). Keep Calm and Reboot: Older Adults’ Experiences of Technostress. [In focus article]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/keep-calm-and-reboot-older-adults-experiences-of-technostress/

Reports, Policy Interventions and Working Papers

Blanche, D. (2012a). ICT facts on four countries 2012 first draft (A-C-M Network). Catalonia, Spain: IN3- Open University of Catalonia. Retrieved from http://a-c-m.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/ICT-facts-on-four-countries-2012.pdf

Blanche, D. (2012b). Zotero report: A brief review (A-C-M Network). Catalonia, Spain: Mobile Communication, Economy and Society Research Programme, IN3 – Open University of Catalonia A-C-M Network. Retrieved from http://a-c-m.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Zotero-Report_definitive.pdf

Blanche, D. (2015). Statistical summary on ageing and ICTs. Barcelona, Spain: Ageing + Communication + Technologies, Concordia University. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Report_Stats_Ageing_ICT.pdf

Crow, B. (2012). Southern Ontario panel on urbanization (Panel). Toronto, Canada: Strategic Innovation Lab at OCAD University.

Dolan, J., & Tincknell, E. (2015). Broadcasters must do more to encourage women in news and current affairs media (Radio Feature). London, England: Parliament United Kingdom. Retrieved from http://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/lords-select/communications-committee/news/wncab-report-publication/

Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2012). Exploring the use of mobile communications in a sample of older people: Preliminary results of a case study in Los Angeles (Working Paper) (pp. 1–26). Catalonia, Spain: IN3- Open University of Catalonia. Retrieved from http://in3-working-paper-series.uoc.edu/in3/ca/index.php/in3-working-paper-series/article/download/n12-fernandez/1414-3659-2-PB.pdf

Higgs, P., & Gilleard, C. (2015). Key social and cultural drivers of changes affecting trends in attitudes and behaviour throughout the ageing process and what they mean for policy making (Research and Analysis). United Kingdom: Government Office for Science. Retrieved from https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/future-of-ageing-attitudes-to-ageing-social-and-cultural-factors

Jacobetty, P., & Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2017). Older audiences and digital media: Spain, 2016. Preliminary results. Castelldefels, Spain: IN3-Open University of Catalonia. Retrieved from http://www.communicationchange.net/en/older-audiences-2016/

Jacobs, L., Sawchuk, K., & Crow, B. (2011). Privacy rights mobilization among marginal groups in Canada: Fulfilling the mandate of PIPEDA. Research report prepared as part of the office of the privacy commissioner of Canada contributions program, 2010-2011 (Research Report) (pp. 1–92). Toronto, Canada: York Centre for Public Policy & Law. York University. Retrieved from http://ycppl.info.yorku.ca/files/2012/07/Privacy-Rights-PIPEDA-paper.pdf

Jennings, R., New Dynamics of Ageing Group, & Women in Television and National Union of Journalists of Charter against Sexism and Ageism in the Media (ChASM). (2013). Charter against ageism and sexism in the media (Webpage). United Kingdom: New Dynamics of Ageing. Retrieved from http://www.newdynamics.group.shef.ac.uk/charter.html

Marier, P. (2012). Le vieillissement de la population et les politiques publiques: Enjeux d’ici et d’ailleurs (Collection Gouvernance et gestion publique). Montreal, Canada: Presses de l’Université Laval. Retrieved from http://livres.prologuenumerique.ca/Telechargement/Extrait.cfm?ISBN=9782763795973&type=pdf.

Middleton, C. (2015). Intervention regarding telecom notice of consultation CRTC 2015-134 and CRTC 2015-134-1: Review of basic telecommunications services (Intervention No. 311). Toronto, Canada: Ryerson University.

Middleton, C. (2016). Follow up intervention regarding telecom notice of consultation CRTC 2015-134: Review of basic telecommunications services (Follow Up Intervention). Toronto, Canada: Ryerson University. Retrieved from http://www.academia.edu/28101414/Follow_Up_Intervention_Regarding_Telecom_Notice_of_Consultation_CRTC_2015-134_Review_of_basic_telecommunications_services

Middleton, C., Shepherd, T., Shade, L. R., Sawchuk, K., & Crow, B. (2012). Regarding the consultation on proceeding to establish a mandatory code for mobile wireless services: Telecom notice of consultation CRTC 2012-557, 11 October 2012 and CRTC 2012-557-1, 1 November 2012 (Intervention). Gatineau, Quebec. Retrieved from http://a-c-m.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/CRTC_Intervention_wireless_code-final.pdf

Naim, S. (2016). Older adults in social network services (SNS): Use patterns, benefits and risks (Unpublished Doctoral Thesis). Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Be’er Sheva: Israel.

Rajabiun, R., Ellis, D., & Middleton, C. (2016). Literature review: Affordability of communications services. Report for the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission. Retrieved from http://www.ryerson.ca/~cmiddlet/ourresearch/lit-review-for-crtc-2016-affordability-rajabiun-ellis-middleton.pdf

Shepherd, T. (2013). Review of recent literature and multimedia projects on ageing and communications media (A-C-M Report). Retrieved from http://a-c-m.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/ACM-report-Jan2013.pdf

Shepherd, T., & Middleton, C. (2016). Intervention regarding telecom notice of consultation CRTC 2016-293: Review of the wireless code.

Stončikaitė, I., & Astier, C. (2016). Report of the SIforAGE project’s event at the European parliament: Confronting the challenges of ageing through social innovation. SIforAGE. Retrieved from http://www.siforage.eu/eotools_files/files/Report%20of%20the%20SIforAGE%20project%20(6).pdf

Multimedia

Ageing + Communications + Technologies. (2016). Age 3.0: The creative aging fair [Art installation].

Charise, A. (2016). ACTipedia: Resisting digital ageism at the University of Toronto Scarborough [Storify]. Retrieved from https://storify.com/andreacharise/actipedia-aging-and-ageism-on-wikipedia-at-the-uni?utm_source=t.co&utm_content=storify-pingback&utm_campaign=&awesm=sfy.co_a0vtV&utm_medium=sfy.co-twitter

Chazan, M., & Madden, D. (2016). Aging Activisms Media Capsules Series: 19 digital stories showcasing diverse women’s stories with activisms (Recorded in Montreal, Canada, April-May 2016, in collaboration with ACT). URL: www.agingactivisms.org/montreal-media-capsules

Cucinelli, G. (2015a). Virtual reality meets empathy [Podcast series]. Retrieved from http://www.vrmeetsempathy.ca/

Cucinelli, G. (2015b). YMX: The Mirabel project [Web-based interactive documentary: Project website]. Retrieved from http://www.ymxmirabelproject.ca

Cucinelli, G. (2016a). Define privacy [Critical educational website with an interactive documentary, lesson plans and educational resources for K-12 schools]. Retrieved from http://youthmediapractices.ca/

Cucinelli, G. (2016b). In a digital age [Web-based interactive documentary: Project website]. Retrieved from http://www.inadigitalage.ca

Cucinelli, G. (2017). What is interactive media? [Web-based interactive documentary film: Project website]. Retrieved from http://mml.concordia.ca/wim2/

Cucinelli, G. (2016). Virtual reality meets empathy [Website]. Retrieved from http://www.vrmeetsempathy.ca/

Cucinelli, G., & Sawchuk, K. (2015). AddressKnown/AdresseConnue [Web-based interactive documentary film: Project website]. Retrieved from http://addressknown.ca/

Cucinelli, G., Sawchuk, K., Mancuso, D., Mancuso, V., & Lamberti, E. (2015). On ice [Web-based interactive documentary: Project website]. Retrieved from http://www.oniceproject.ca

Goldman, M., & McKee, P. (2017). Piano Lessons [Film].

Grenier, L., & Leduc, V. (2016). Les mains au bout du fil/Fingers on the line [Short documentary film]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/act/les-aines-sourds-et-la-technologie/

Guérin, S. (2012). Odélie [Short documentary film]. Retrieved from https://vimeo.com/33264612

Guérin, S. (2013). Un jour ou l’autre [Short documentary film]. Retrieved from https://vimeo.com/66358425

Guppy, S., & Olszanowski, M. (2015). NDG Senior Citizen’s Centre Celebrates 40 Years [Video].

Järviluoma, H., Mikkola, J., & Uimonen, H. (2013, 2016). Evening of sounds [Radio broadcast]. Finnish Broadcasting Company YLE Radio Suomi.

Järviluoma, H., & Vikman, N. (2015). Korvinkuultava hiljaisuus [Radio feature]. Reklamointia Melusta. [The Audible Silence.].

Maierhofer, R., Mezihorak, P. & Ratzenböck, B. (2015). Graz Internetnational Summer School Seggau – GUSEGG: Clip Seminar “Aging and the Life Course” – Week 1. [Short Clip]. Graz, Austria. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYu7LfIy1oQ

Maierhofer, R., Mezihorak, P., & Ratzenböck, B. (2016). Shifting perspectives [Short documentary film]. Graz, Austria.

Maierhofer, R., Mezihorak, P. & Ratzenböck, B. (2017). Graz International Summer School Seggau. [Short documentary film]. Graz, Austria. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjSbGAmXmgQ&t=11s

Martin, W. (2013). Photographing everyday life [A photographic exhibition]. Brunel, University of London: Michael Sterling Atrium. Retrieved from https://www.flickr.com/photos/bruneluniversity/sets/72157634643346505/

Martin, W. (2014). Photographing everyday life [A photographic exhibition]. London, England: British Library. Retrieved from http://socialwelfare.bl.uk/resources-tools/portraying14.aspx

Martin, W. (2014). Photographing everyday life [A photographic exhibition]. London, England: ESRC Festival of Social Science, Uxbridge Library. Retrieved from http://sites.brunel.ac.uk/photographingdailylives/aphotographicexhibition

Martin, W. (2015). Photographing everyday life [A photographic exhibition]. London, England: Discovery Trail 18. Retrieved from http://fifty.brunel.ac.uk/discovery-trail/18-photographing-everyday-life/

Olszanowski, M., RECAA, & Ageing + Communication + Technologies. (2017). Aging (wo)men and their world: Nuit blanche [Art installation].

RECAA, Guérin, S., Sawchuk, K., & ACM Network. (2012). Montreal: Ressources ethnoculturelles contre l’abus envers les aîné/es [Short documentary film]. Montreal, Canada.

Romero, M. (2016). Vibot le robot [Website]. Retrieved from https://vibot.fse.ulaval.ca/

Santano, D., Thwaites, H., & Yahya, M. A. (2016). The boatbuilders of Pangkor Island. In IEEE Xplore Digital Library (pp. 106–111).

Sawchuk, K., Fleming, A., Besanger, K., Kelley, R., Craven, E., & Symansky, B. (2012, October). MemorySpace: Private memories, public histories [Art installation]. Retrieved from www.memoryspace.mobilities.ca

Sawchuk, K., Lafontaine, C., & Esseghaier, M. (2017). Madhu’s saris [Short documentary film]. Montreal, Canada: Ageing + Communication + Technologies (ACT).

Thwaites, H. (2014). Mah meri unmasked [Polysensory intermedia exhibition]. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Centre for Creative Content and Digital Innovation.

Thwaites, H. (2015). Textile tales of pua kumbu [Polysensory intermedia exhibition]. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Centre for Creative Content and Digital Innovation.

Twigg, J., & Martin, W. (2015). Julia Twigg and Wendy Martin (editors) introduce the Routledge handbook of cultural gerontology [YouTube video]. British Society of Gerontology. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jc036MaB6Bw&feature=youtu.be