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Adoni, H., & Nimrod, G. (2019). The emergence of the hybrid older reader: A cross-national study. Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research, Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1515/commun-2019-2033

Allain, K. A., & Marshall, B. L. (2017a). “Buff boys” with brooms: Shifting representations of masculinity in Canadian men’s curling. NORMA: International Journal for Masculinity Studies, 13(2), 119–135. https://doi.org/10.1080/18902138.2017.1400148

Allain, K. A., & Marshall, B. L. (2017b). Foucault retires to the gym: Understanding embodied aging in the Third age. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue Canadienne du Vieillissement, 36(3), 402–414. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0714980817000216

Barrantes Cáceres, R., & Cozzubo Chaparro, A. (2019). 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, 22(2), 250–266. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2017.1371785

Barrantes, 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: The developing world experience (pp. 207–226). Cham, Switzerland: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-56523-1_11

Barrantes, R., & Vargas, E. (2019). Different paths and same destinations? An analysis of the convergence in Internet usage patterns between different age groups. The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, 85(6), e12105. https://doi.org/10.1002/isd2.12105

Béland, D., & Marier, P. (2019). Universality and the erosion of old age security. In D. Béland, G. P. Marchildon, & M. J. Prince (Eds.), Universality and social policy in Canada (pp. 103–120). Canada: University of Toronto Press.

Berdychevsky, L., & Nimrod, G. (2015). “Let’s talk about sex”: Discussions in seniors’ online communities. Journal of Leisure Research, 47(4), 467–484. https://doi.org/10.1080/00222216.2015.11950371

Berdychevsky, L., & Nimrod, G. (2017). Sex as leisure in later life: A netnographic approach. Leisure Sciences, 39(3), 224–243. https://doi.org/10.1080/01490400.2016.1189368

Bol, N., Smets, E., Eddes, S., de Haes, H., Loos, E., & van Weert, J. (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., Bergstrom, J. C. R., Smets, E. M. A., Loos, E. F., Strohl, J., & van Weert, J. C. M. (2014). Does web design matter? Examining older adults’ attention to cognitive and affective illustrations on cancer-related websites through eye tracking. In C. Stephanidis & M. Antona (Eds.), Universal access in human-computer interaction: Aging and assistive environments (pp. 15–23). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-07446-7_2

Bol, N., Scholz, C., Smets, E. M. A., Loos, E. F., de Haes, H. C. J. M., & van Weert, J. C. M. (2013). Senior patients online: Which functions should a good patient website offer? In C. Stephanidis & M. Antona (Eds.), Universal access in human-computer interaction: User and context diversity (pp. 32–41). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-39191-0_4

Bol, N., Smets, E. M. A., Rutgers, M. M., Burgers, J. A., de Haes, H. C. J. M., Loos, E. F., & van Weert, J. C. M. (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. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pec.2013.06.004

Bol, N., van Weert, J. C. M., de Haes, H. C. J. M., Loos, E. F., de Heer, S., Sikkel, D., & Smets, E. M. A. (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. https://doi.org/10.1080/10410236.2013.771560

Bol, N., van Weert, J. C. M., de Haes, H. C. J. M., Loos, E. F., & Smets, E. M. A. (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), e104. 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). Het effect van personalisatie en leeftijdscongruentie 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. A., Loos, E. F., Kunneman, M., & van Weert, J. C. M. (2016). Older cancer patients’ user experiences with web-based health information tools: A think-aloud study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 18(7), e208. https://doi.org/10.2196/jmir.5618

Bolle, S., Smets, E. M. A., Hamaker, M. E., Loos, E. F., & van Weert, J. C. M. (2019). Medical decision making for older patients during multidisciplinary oncology team meetings. Journal of Geriatric Oncology, 10(1), 74–83. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jgo.2018.07.016

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. https://doi.org/10.1080/10810730.2015.1018637

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: Design for everyday life (pp. 27–33). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-20913-5_3

Brandellero, A., Janssen, S., Cohen, S., & Roberts, L. (2014). Popular music heritage, cultural memory and cultural identity [Editorial]. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 20(3), 219–223. https://doi.org/10.1080/13527258.2013.821624

Caballero, S. (2019). Impacto del Plan Ibirapitá sobre la brecha gris en Uruguay [Impact of the Ibirapitá Plan on the gray gap in Uruguay]. Informatio: Revista del Instituto de Información de la Facultad de Información y Comunicación, 24(2), 46–64. https://doi.org/10.35643/Info.24.2.4

Cardarec, V., Chamahian, A., Marier, P., & Séguin, A.-M. (Eds.). (2017). Introduction: Les territoires du vieillissement. Lien Social et Politique, 79, 4–16. https://doi.org/10.7202/1041729ar

Carver, L. F. (2018). Health and gender: Quantifying the unquantifiable. In J. J. Kronenfeld (Ed.), Gender, women’s health care concerns and other social factors in health and health care (Vol. 36, pp. 261-274.). https://doi.org/10.1108/S0275-495920180000036014

Carver, L. F. (2019a). The mask we wear: Chronological age versus subjective “age inside.” International Journal of Aging Research, 2(1). https://doi.org/10.28933/ijoar-2019-02-2606

Carver, L. F. (2019b, June 3). Les personnes âgées se sentent 20 ans plus jeunes qu’elles ne le sont. Retrieved from La Conversation website: https://theconversation.com/les-personnes-agees-se-sentent-20-ans-plus-jeunes-quelles-ne-le-sont-117975

Carver, L. F., Beamish, R., Phillips, S., & Villeneuve, M. (2018). A scoping review: Social participation as a cornerstone of successful aging in place among rural older adults. Geriatrics, 3(4), 75. https://doi.org/10.3390/geriatrics3040075

Carver, L. F., & Buchanan, D. (2016). Successful aging: Considering non-biomedical constructs. Clinical Interventions in Aging, 11, 1623–1630. https://doi.org/10.2147/CIA.S117202

Carver, L. F., 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. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0076356

Charise, A. (2014). The future is certain: Manifesting age, culture, humanities. Age Culture Humanities: An Interdisciplinary Journal, (1), 11–16. Retrieved from https://ageculturehumanities.org/WP/the-future-is-certain-manifesting-age-culture-humanities/

Charise, A. (2016). Spots of future time: Tableaux, masculinity, and the enactment of aging. Modern Drama, 59(2), 155–176. https://doi.org/10.3138/md.59.2.2

Charise, A. (2019). Resemblance, diversity, and making age studies matter. In O. Banner, N. Carlin, & T. Cole (Eds.), Teaching health humanities (pp. 188–206). https://doi.org/10.1093/med/9780190636890.003.0012

Charise, A., & Eginton, M. L. (2018). Humanistic perspectives: Arts and the aging mind. In M. Rizzo, S. W. Anderson, & B. Fritzsch (Eds.), The Wiley handbook on the aging mind and brain (pp. 78–99). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Chazan, M., & Macnab, M. (2018). Doing the feminist intergenerational mic: Methodological reflections on digital storytelling as process and praxis. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 19(2), 1–19. https://doi.org/10.17169/fqs-19.2.2949

Chivers, S., & Kriebernegg, U. (Eds.). (2017a). Care home stories: Aging, disability, and long-term residential care. Bielefeld, Germany: transcript.

Chivers, S., & Kriebernegg, U. (2017b). Care home stories: Aging, disability, and long-term residential care [Introduction]. In S. Chivers & U. Kriebernegg (Eds.), Care home stories: Aging, disability, and long-term residential care (pp. 15–26). https://doi.org/10.14361/9783839438053-003

Chivers, S., & Kriebernegg, U. (2019). Care home stories. In D. Gu & M. E. Dupre (Eds.), Encyclopedia of gerontology and population aging. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-69892-2_252-1

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.), Musical performance and the changing city: Post-Industrial contexts in Europe and the United States (pp. 27–51). https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203078921-9

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. https://doi.org/10.1080/10286632.2012.676641

Cohen, S. (2014). “The gigs I’ve gone to”: Mapping memories and places of live music. In K. Burland & S. Pitts (Eds.), Coughing and clapping: Investigating audience experience (pp. 131–147). Farnham, United Kingdom: Ashgate.

Cohen, S. (2015). Cityscapes. In J. Shepherd & K. Devine (Eds.), The sociology of music reader. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203736319-25

Cohen, S. (2016). Music as cartography: English audiences and their autobiographical memories of the musical past. In J. Brusila, B. Johnson, & J. Richardson (Eds.), Memory, space and sound (pp. 105–124). Bristol, United Kingdom: Intellect Books.

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

Cohen, S., & Roberts, L. (2013). Heritage rocks! Mapping spaces of popular music tourism. In S. Krüger & R. Trandafoiu (Eds.), The globalization of musics in transit: Music migration and tourism (pp. 35–59). https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203082911-10

Cohen, S., & Roberts, L. (2014). Unveiling memory: Blue plaques as in/tangible markers of popular music heritage. In S. Cohen, R. Knifton, M. Leonard, & L. Roberts (Eds.), Sites of popular music heritage: Memories, histories, places (pp. 221–239). https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203514528-23

Cohen, S., & Kronenburg, R. (2018). Liverpool’s musical landscapes. Swindon, United Kingdom: Historic England.

Comunello, F., Fernández Ardèvol, M., Mulargia, S., & Belotti, F. (2017). Women, youth and everything else: Age-based and gendered stereotypes in relation to digital technology among elderly Italian mobile phone users. Media, Culture & Society, 39(6), 798–815. https://doi.org/10.1177/0163443716674363

Comunello, F., & Mulargia, S. (2017). My grandpa and I “gotta catch ’em all”: A research design on intergenerational gaming focusing on Pokémon Go. In J. Zhou & G. Salvendy (Eds.), Human aspects of IT for the aged population: Applications, services and contexts (pp. 228–241). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-58536-9_19

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). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-20892-3_43

Cooper, C. A., & Marier, P. (2017). Does it matter who works at the center? A comparative policy analysis of executive styles. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, 19(1), 1–16. https://doi.org/10.1080/13876988.2015.1031543

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, 13(2), 5–10.

Crow, B., & Sawchuk, K. (2015). New and old, young and old: Aging the mobile imaginary. In A. Hermann, J. Hadlaw, & T. Swiss (Eds.), Theories of the mobile Internet: Materialities of the mobile imaginary (pp. 187–199). New York, NY: Routledge.

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. https://doi.org/10.1080/15350770.2018.1404855

Daba-Buzoianu, C., Cârtiță-Buzoianu, C., & Amalancei, B.-M. (2018). Exploring physician-older patient communication: A qualitative analysis of communication between older patients and general practitioners. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations, 20(1(43)), 47–56. https://doi.org/10.21018/rjcpr.2018.1.252

Davidson, A.-L., & Price, D. W. (2017). Does your school have the maker fever? An experiential learning approach to developing maker competencies. LEARNing Landscapes, 11(1), 103–120. https://doi.org/10.36510/learnland.v11i1.926

Davidson, A.-L., Romero, M., & Cucinelli, G. (2016). Participatory game creation for 11 to 75-year-olds. Actes de Colloque 2016: Colloque CIRTA 2016 « Dépassons Nos Frontières ». Presented at the Montreal, Quebec. Retrieved from https://www.cirta.org/index.php/50-banque-de-textes-actes-colloque-2016/218-intergenerational-game-creation-for-11-to-75-year-olds

Davidson, A.-L., Romero, M., Naffi, N., Cucinelli, G., Duponsel, N., Price, D., … Ruby, I. (2017). Les attitudes et les compétences de la culture « maker ». In A. Stockless, I. Lebage, & P. Plante (Eds.), Actes de colloque de la CIRTA 2017: Ouvrir les murs de la classe avec le numérique (pp. 187–194). Montreal, Canada: CIRTA.

de la Hera, T., Loos, E., Simons, M., & Blom, J. (2017). Benefits and factors influencing the design of intergenerational digital games: A systematic literature review. Societies, 7(3), 18. https://doi.org/10.3390/soc7030018

Dolan, J. (2013a). Firm and hard: Gender, old age and Hollywood’s gaze. In J. I. Prieto-Arranz, P. Bastida-Rodriguez, C. Calafat-Ripoll, M. Fernández-Morales, & C. Suárez-Gómez (Eds.), De-Centring cultural studies: Past, present and future of popular culture (pp. 217–246). Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom: 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). https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203066911-40

Dolan, J. (2015). Crumbling rejuvenation: Archetype, embodiment and the “aging beauty myth.” In L. Hockley & N. Fadina (Eds.), The happiness illusion: How the media sold us a fairytale (pp. 75–88). https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315740362-7

Dolan, J. (2016a). “Old age” films: Golden retirement, dispossession and disturbance. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 13(4), 571–589. https://doi.org/10.3366/jbctv.2016.0341

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 (pp. 103–128). https://doi.org/10.3726/978-3-0343-2276-8

Dolan, J. (2017). Contemporary cinema and “old age”: Gender and the silvering of stardom. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-58402-1

Dolan, J., & Grist, H. (2017). Jean Rogers: Ageing, gender and equity. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 14(2), 231–244. https://doi.org/10.3366/jbctv.2017.0365

Dolan, J., & Hallam, J. (2017). Introduction: Screening old age. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 14(2), 119–124. https://doi.org/10.3366/jbctv.2017.0358

Duduciuc, A. (2017). Age-friendly advertising: A qualitative research on the Romanian silver consumers. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations, 19(2(41)), 29–40. https://doi.org/10.21018/rjcpr.2017.2.237

Duduciuc, A., Bîră, M., & Zyrtec, L. (2018). Advertising challenges in the ageing society: The preferences of the regular gym-goers towards age portrayals in advertising. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations, 20(1(43)), 59–73. https://doi.org/10.21018/rjcpr.2018.1.253

Durocher, M. (2019). «Vieillissement réussi», danse et Fitbit: Une exploration créative critique du corps vieillissant surveillé en mouvement. COMMposite, 20(2), 40–72. Retrieved from http://www.commposite.org/index.php/revue/article/view/309

Durocher, M., & Gauthier, M. (2018a). A food blog created by and for elders: A political gesture in  formed by the normative injunctions to eat and age well. Interaction Design and Architectures Journal (IxD&A), (36), 75–92. Retrieved from http://www.mifav.uniroma2.it/inevent/events/idea2010/doc/36_5.pdf

Durocher, M., & Gauthier, M. (2018b). La création d’un blogue alimentaire par un groupe d’aîné·e·s: La collectivisation de processus individualisants liés au “bien vieillir” [The creation of a food blog by a group of elders: Collectivization of the individualizing processes related to “ageing well”]. Recherches Sociologiques et Anthropologiques, (49–1), 217–239. https://doi.org/10.4000/rsa.2666

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). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-20892-3_4

Elias, N., Nimrod, G., & Lemish, D. (2019). The ultimate treat? Young Israeli children’s media use under their grandparents’ care. Journal of Children and Media, 13(4), 472–483. https://doi.org/10.1080/17482798.2019.1627228

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. 47–66). https://doi.org/10.14361/9783839429570-003

Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2013a). Deliberate missed calls: A meaningful communication practice for seniors? Mobile Media & Communication, 1(3), 285–298. https://doi.org/10.1177/2050157913493624

Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2013b). Personas adultas mayores y comunicación móvil: La importancia de la voz y los SMS en Montevideo [Older people and mobile telephony: The role of voice and texts in Montevideo]. Revista de Ciencias Sociales, 26(33), 97–120.

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

Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2019). One phone, two phones, four phones: Older women and mobile telephony in Lima, Peru. In C. W. Larsson & L. Stark (Eds.), Gendered power and mobile technology: Intersections in the global south (pp. 93–107). London, United Kingdom: Routledge.

Fernández-Ardèvol, M., Daba-Buzoianu, C., & Ivan, L. (2016). Qualitative research in communication: Introductory remarks. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations, 15(3(30)), 9–10. https://doi.org/10.21018/rjcpr.2013.3.191

Fernández-Ardèvol, M., & Ferran Boleda, J. (2018). WhatsApp, é perfeito? / WhatsApp, is it perfect? In M. J. Brites, I. Amaral, R. Patrício, & L. Pereira (Eds.), Intergeracionalidade e o mundo digital: Propostas de atividades / Intergenerationality in a digital world: Proposals of activities (pp. 81–84). Retrieved from https://www.is1401eln.eu/fotos/editor2/imagens/digitalactivities.pdf

Fernández-Ardèvol, M., & Ivan, L. (2013). Older people and mobile communication in two European contexts. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations, 15(3(30)), 83–98. https://doi.org/10.21018/rjcpr.2013.3.196

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 aspects of IT for the aged population: Design for aging (pp. 189–200). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-20892-3_19

Fernández-Ardèvol, M., & Rosales, A. (2017a). 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 (pp. 114–129). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-58536-9_10

Fernández-Ardèvol, M., & Rosales, A. (2017b). Older people, smartphones and WhatsApp. In J. Vincent & L. Haddon (Eds.), Smartphone cultures (pp. 55–68). https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315307077-5

Fernández-Ardèvol, M., Rosales, A., Loos, E., Peine, A., Beneito-Montagut, R., Blanche, D., … Östlund, B. (2019). Methodological strategies to understand smartphone practices for social connectedness in later life. In J. Zhou & G. Salvendy (Eds.), Human aspects of IT for the aged population: Social media, games and assistive environments (pp. 46–64). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-22015-0_4

Fernández-Ardèvol, M., Sawchuk, K., & Grenier, L. (2017). Maintaining connections: Octo- and nonagenarians on digital “use and non-use.” Nordicom Review, 38(Special Issue 1), 39–51. https://doi.org/10.1515/nor-2017-0396

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. https://doi.org/10.3233/TAD-140419

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. https://doi.org/10.1080/02681102.2015.1091974

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 M. Romero, K. Sawchuk, J. Blat, S. Sayago, & H. Ouellet (Eds.), Game-based learning across the lifespan: Cross generational and age-oriented topics (pp. 115–129). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-41797-4_8

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. https://doi.org/10.1080/0144929X.2016.1265150

Ferris-Taylor, R., Grant, J., Grist, H., Jennings, R., Rosselson, R., & Wiseman, S. (2019). Reading film with age through collaborative autoethnography: Old age and care, encounters with Amour (Haneke, 2012), Chronic (Franco, 2015) and A Woman’s Tale (Cox, 1991). Life Writing, 16(1), 69–95. https://doi.org/10.1080/14484528.2019.1521260

Forman, M. (2013). Kill the static: Temporality and change in the hip-hop mainstream (and its ’other’). In S. Baker, A. Bennett, & J. Taylor (Eds.), Redefining mainstream popular music (pp. 61–74). https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203127858-12

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Rosales, A., & Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2016c). Smartphones, apps and older people’s interests: From a generational perspective. MobileHCI’16: Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services, 491–503. https://doi.org/10.1145/2935334.2935363

Rosales, A., & Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2019a). Smartphone usage diversity among older people. In S. Sayago (Ed.), Perspectives on human-computer interaction research with older people (pp. 51–66). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-06076-3_4

Rosales, A., & Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2019b). Structural ageism in big data approaches. Nordicom Review, 40(1), 51–64. https://doi.org/10.2478/nor-2019-0013

Rosales, A., Fernández-Ardèvol, M., Comunello, F., Mulargia, S., & Ferran-Ferrer, N. (2017). Older people and smartwatches, initial experiences. El Profesional de La Información, 26(3), 457–463. https://doi.org/10.3145/epi.2017.may.12

Rosales, A., Fernández-Ardèvol, M., & Ferran-Ferrer, N. (2018). Long-term appropriation of smartwatches among a group of older people. In J. Zhou & G. Salvendy (Eds.), Human aspects of IT for the aged population: Acceptance, communication and participation (pp. 135–148). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-92034-4_11

Rosales, A., Sayago, S., & Blat, J. (2015). Older people as creators of casual knowledge games / Les aînés comme créateurs de jeux sur desconnaissances. In M. Romero (Ed.), Intergenerational learning, life narratives and games / Apprentissages intergénérationnels, narratives de vie et jeux: Proceedings of the Silver Gaming Intergenerational Summer School (pp. 30–34). Retrieved from http://lel.crires.ulaval.ca/oeuvre/intergenerational-learning-life-narratives-and-games-sgiss-2015-proceedings

Sandberg, L. J., & Marshall, B. L. (2017). Queering aging futures. Societies, 7(3), 21. https://doi.org/10.3390/soc7030021

Sawchuck, K., & Lafontaine, C. (2018). Activist ageing: The tactical theatrics of RECAA. In M. Chazan, M. Baldwin, & P. Evans (Eds.), Unsettling activisms: Critical interventions on aging, gender and social change (pp. 50-65). Toronto, Canada: Women’s Press.

Sawchuk, K. (2013). Tactical mediatization and activist ageing: Pressures, push-backs, and the story of RECAA. Mediekultur: Journal of Media and Communication Research, 29(54), 47–64. https://doi.org/10.7146/mediekultur.v29i54.7313

Sawchuk, K., & Crow, B. (2014). Ageing mobile media. In G. Goggin & L. Hjorth (Eds.), Routledge companion to mobile media (pp. 249–276). New York, NY: Routledge.

Sawchuk, K., Grenier, L., & Lafontaine, C. (2018). « C’est étonnant à votre âge! » ou le mythe du manque d’intérêt pour le numérique. In V. Billette, P. Marier, & A.-M. Séguin (Eds.), Le vieillissement sous la loupe: Entre mythes et réalités (pp. 43–52). Montreal, Canada: Presses de l’Université Laval.

Sawchuk, K., & Lafontaine, C. (2015). Precarious ageing: Questioning access, creating interACTion. In P. D. da Silva & A. de M. Alves (Eds.), TEM 2015: Proceedings of the Technology & Emerging Media Track – Annual Conference of the Canadian Communication Association (Ottawa, June 3–5, 2015). Retrieved from https://acc-cca.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/SAWCHUK_TEM2015.pdf

Sawchuk, K., & Moorhouse, A. (2016). At the edges of meaning: Aging, memory, and resonant listening. Modern Drama, 59(2), 177–192. https://doi.org/10.3138/md.59.2.3

Sawchuk, K., Trinkaus, E.-M., & Ursulesku, O. (Eds.). (2018). Transformation, transgressions, and trust. Graz, Austria: Leykam.

Sayago, S. (Ed.). (2019). Perspectives on human-computer interaction research with older people. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

Sayago, S., Neves, B. B., & Cowan, B. (2019). Voice assistants and older people: Some open issues. CUI’19: Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Conversational User Interfaces, 1–3. https://doi.org/10.1145/3342775.3342803

Sayago, S., Righi, V., Ferreira, S. M., Rosales, A., & Blat, J. (2016). Tales of the map of my mobile life: Intergenerational computer-mediated communication between older people and fieldworkers in their early adulthood. In L. Murray & S. Robertson (Eds.), Intergenerational mobilities: Relationality, age and life course (pp. 68–78). https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315589251-12

Sayago, S., Rosales, A., Righi, V., Ferreira, S. M., Coleman, G. W., & Blat, J. (2016). On the conceptualization, design, and evaluation of appealing, meaningful, and playable digital games for older people. Games and Culture, 11(1–2), 53–80. https://doi.org/10.1177/1555412015597108

Sayago, S., Rosales, A., Righi, V., Ferreira, S. M., Coleman, G. W., & Blat, J. (2019). Digital games and older people from a theoretical and conceptual perspective: A critical literature review. In B. B. Neves & F. Vetere (Eds.), Ageing and digital technology: Designing and evaluating emerging technologies for older adults (pp. 83–96). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-3693-5_6

Schiau, I., Ivan, L., & Bîră, M. (2018). Involving older people in participatory action research: An example of participatory action design. Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations, 20(1(43)), 11–24. https://doi.org/10.21018/rjcpr.2018.1.250

Séguin, A.-M., Billette, V., & Marier, P. (2018). Les vieillissements sous la loupe: Regards sur des expériences diversifiées. In V. Billette, P. Marier, & A.-M. Séguin (Eds.), Les vieillissements sous la loupe: Entre mythes et réalités (pp. 7–14). Montreal, Canada: Presses de l’Université Laval.

Siibak, A., Vittadini, N., & Nimrod, G. (2014). Generations as media audiences: An introduction. Participations: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies, 11(2), 100–107.

Ștefăniță, O., & Ivan, L. (2018). Characteristics of the digital divide in Romania and differences in Internet use in comparison with Internet use in Europe. Journal of Media Research, 11(2(31)), 5–21. https://doi.org/10.24193/jmr.31.1

Stončikaitė, I. (2019). Critical approaches to ageing body politics in the works of Erica Jong. Societies, 9(2), 47. https://doi.org/10.3390/soc9020047

Stončikaitė, L. (2016). Erica Jong: From a youthful fear of flying to a more experienced landing in her late years. In N. Casado-Gual, E. Domínguez-Rué, & B. Worsfold (Eds.), Literary creativity and the older woman writer: A collection of critical essays (pp. 150–173). https://doi.org/10.3726/978-3-0343-2276-8

Sultana, B., Youngs-Zaleski, M., & Jiwani, Y. (2019). Transnational migration and digital memorialization. OMEGA: Journal of Death and Dying, Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1177/0030222819855890

Trussell, Dawn E., Paterson, S., Hebblethwaite, S., Xing, T. M. K., & Evans, M. (2017). Negotiating the complexities and risks of an interdisciplinary research team. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 16, 1–10. https://doi.org/10.1177/1609406917711351

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Twigg, J., & Martin, W. (2015b). The challenge of cultural gerontology. The Gerontologist, 55(3), 353–359. https://doi.org/10.1093/geront/gnu061

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, United Kingdom: 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. https://doi.org/10.1386/jdtv.6.1.43_1

Vale Costa, L., Veloso, A. I., & Loos, E. (2019). Age stereotyping in the game context: Introducing the game-ageism and age-gameism phenomena. In J. Zhou & G. Salvendy (Eds.), Human aspects of IT for the aged population: Social media, games and assistive environments (pp. 245–255). Cham, Switzerland: Springer. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-22015-0_19

Valois-Nadeau, F. (2017). Rethinking heritagization through the digitization of familial archives: The case of Léo Gravelle’s website. Reset: Recherches En Sciences Sociales Sur Internet, 6. https://doi.org/10.4000/reset.773

Van Pevenage, I., Freitas, Z., Marier, P., & Orzeck, P. (2018). Les familles abandonnent les personnes âgées ? In V. Billette, P. Marier, & A.-M. Séguin (Eds.), Les vieillissements sous la loupe: Entre mythes et réalités (pp. 241–248). Montreal, Canada: Presses de l’Université Laval.

Victor, C., Zubair, M., & Martin, W. (2018). Families and caring in South Asian communities. In A. Walker (Ed.), The new dynamics of ageing (Vol. 2) (pp. 87-106). Bristol, United Kingdom: The Policy Press.

Vincent, J., & Haddon, L. (2017). Smartphone cultures. London, United Kingdom: Routledge.

Willmott, A. (2018). The ageing experience of women in the UK who identified with punk cultures. Postgraduate Journal of Women, Ageing and Media (PGWAM), (4), 96–104. Retrieved from http://wamuog.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Draft-PGWAM-2018_Final_v3_PDF.pdf

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Zafrani, O., & Nimrod, G. (2019). Towards a holistic approach to studying human-robot interaction in later life. The Gerontologist, 59(1), e26–e36. https://doi.org/10.1093/geront/gny077

Zonneveld, A., & Loos, E. F. (2015). Silver gaming: Ter leering ende vermaeck? Tijdschrift voor Gerontologie en Geriatrie, 46(3), 152–159. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12439-015-0129-1

Non Peer Reviewed

ACT project. (2015, April 7). Dr. Ros Jennings from WAM: How music, gender and ageing converge. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/dr-ros-jennings-from-wam-how-music-gender-and-ageing-converge/

Allain, K., & Marshall, B. L. (2017, September 14). Swept out of the house? Considering the toll of curling’s youthful turn. Retrieved from International Network for Critical Gerontology website: https://criticalgerontology.com/curling-youthful-turn/

Béland, D., & Marier, P. (2018). Austérité, démantèlement de l’État providence et restructuration: De quoi parle-t-on ? Pluriâges, 8(1), 11–14. Retrieved from https://www.creges.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/2018_8-1Hiver_Pluriages_FR.pdf

Besanger, K. (2015a, February 3). Jiayin Liang on qualitative research and the “one child policy” generation. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: 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 3). Marlene Goldman and Larry Switzky on playing age. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/playing-age/

Besanger, K. (2016a, March 1). Bringing activism to the airwaves: Older women live goes live this month. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/bringing-activism-to-the-airwaves-older-women-live-goes-live-this-month/

Besanger, K. (2016b, May 7). Aging activisms media capsules workshop: A snapshot. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/aging-activisms-media-capsules-workshop-a-snapshot/

Besanger, K. (2017, May 3). Walking with locals. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/walking-with-locals/

Besanger, K. (2018a, April 2). “A genuine effort to engage older adults.” Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/a-genuine-effort-to-engage-older-adults/

Besanger, K. (2018b, September 1). Creating spaces for dialogue and critical exploration at GUSEGG 2018. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/creating-spaces-for-dialogue-and-critical-exploration-at-gusegg-a-conversation-with-dr-kim-sawchuk-on-the-2018-ageing-communication-and-technologies-module/

Besanger, K. (2018c, October 1). Expanding our understanding of activism(s) by sharing stories of older activists. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/expanding-our-understanding-of-activisms-by-sharing-stories-of-older-activists/

Besanger, K., & Lafontaine, C. (2018, January 1). ACT reimagines the city from the perspective of aging: A look back at Age 3.0. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/act-reimagines-the-city-from-the-perspective-of-aging-a-look-back-at-age-3-0/

Blanche, D. (2017, February 1). Stereotypes contested: A case study on older people’s political activism, ICT usage, and intergenerational solidarity. Retrieved February 9, 2017, from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/stereotypes-contested-a-case-on-older-peoples-political-activism-ict-usage-and-intergenerational-solidarity/

Carver, L. F. (2017, December 11). Tech gifts for unsavvy seniors may put your loved ones at risk. Retrieved from The Conversation website: https://theconversation.com/tech-gifts-for-unsavvy-seniors-may-put-your-loved-ones-at-risk-88913

Carver, L. F. (2018a, June 21). Sex and gender both shape your health, in different ways. Retrieved from The Conversation website: https://theconversation.com/sex-and-gender-both-shape-your-health-in-different-ways-98293

Carver, L. F. (2018b, July 16). Seks dan gender menentukan kesehatan Anda, dengan cara yang berbeda. Retrieved from The Conversation website: http://actproject.ca/stereotypes-contested-a-case-on-older-peoples-political-activism-ict-usage-and-intergenerational-solidarity/

Carver, L. F. (2018c, August 7). Turning your health data into a “wellness score” might not be good for you. Retrieved from The Conversation website: https://theconversation.com/turning-your-health-data-into-a-wellness-score-might-not-be-good-for-you-100641

Carver, L. F. (2018d, August 8). Turning your health data into a “wellness score” might not be good for you. National Post. Retrieved from https://nationalpost.com/pmn/news-pmn/turning-your-health-data-into-a-wellness-score-might-not-be-good-for-you

Carver, L. F. (2018e, September 23). Why life insurance companies want your Fitbit data. Retrieved from The Conversation website: https://theconversation.com/why-life-insurance-companies-want-your-fitbit-data-103732

Carver, L. F. (2018f, September 24). Commentary: Why life insurance companies want your Fitbit data. The Chronicle Herald. Retrieved from http://www.thechronicleherald.ca/opinion/commentary-why-life-insurance-companies-want-your-fitbit-data-244154/

Carver, L. F. (2018g, September 24). Why life insurance companies want your Fitbit data. National Post. Retrieved from https://nationalpost.com/pmn/news-pmn/why-life-insurance-companies-want-your-fitbit-data

Carver, L. F. (2018h, November 5). Trump’s efforts to redefine gender and sex. Retrieved from The Conversation website: https://theconversation.com/trumps-efforts-to-redefine-gender-and-sex-106320

Carver, L. F. (2019a, January 6). When pets are family, the benefits extend into society. Retrieved from The Conversation website: https://theconversation.com/when-pets-are-family-the-benefits-extend-into-society-109179

Carver, L. F. (2019b, January 11). S’attacher à son animal, c’est bon pour la santé! Retrieved from The Conversation website: https://theconversation.com/sattacher-a-son-animal-cest-bon-pour-la-sante-109699

Carver, L. F. (2019c, February 19). World spay day highlights the importance of fixing our pets. Retrieved from The Conversation website: https://theconversation.com/world-spay-day-highlights-the-importance-of-fixing-our-pets-109394

Carver, L. F. (2019d, May 28). Most older adults feel at least 20 years younger than they are. Retrieved from The Conversation website: https://theconversation.com/most-older-adults-feel-at-least-20-years-younger-than-they-are-114885

Carver, L. F. (2019e, June 3). Les personnes âgées se sentent 20 ans plus jeunes qu’elles ne le sont. Retrieved from La Conversation website: https://theconversation.com/les-personnes-agees-se-sentent-20-ans-plus-jeunes-quelles-ne-le-sont-117975

Carver, L. F. (2019f, July 31). Aging with pets isn’t just a sentimental concern, but a matter of health and wellness. Retrieved from The Conversation website: https://theconversation.com/aging-with-pets-isnt-just-a-sentimental-concern-but-a-matter-of-health-and-wellness-120700

Carver, L. F. (2019g, August 19). Vieillir avec son animal de compagnie, une question de santé et de bien-être. Retrieved from The Conversation website: https://theconversation.com/vieillir-avec-son-animal-de-compagnie-une-question-de-sante-et-de-bien-etre-121341

Charise, A. (2015). [Book review of Out of time: The pleasures and perils of aging, by L. 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/

DeJong, S. (2019, January 1). Shirley Curry slays (dragons). Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/shirley-curry-slays-dragons/

Dolan, J. (2018, March 1). Older women and the Oscars: Pay gaps, dress codes, and face lifts. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/the-oscars-and-older-women-pay-gaps-dress-codes-and-face-lifts/

Durocher, M. (2016). Création de connections: Démystifier l’Internet grâce  aux ateliers intergénérationnels (Constance Lafontaine et Myriam Lebel-Bernier). Pluriâges, 7(1), 39–41. Retrieved from https://www.creges.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/2016_7-1Automne_Pluriages_FR.pdf

Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2017, November 10). Without the grandmas, there is no revolution. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/without-the-grandmas-theres-no-revolution/

Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (2019, March 31). Práticas digitais móveis das pessoas idosas no Brasil: Dados e reflexões [Mobile digital practices of older people in Brazil: Data and reflections]. Panorama setorial da Internet, 11(1), 1–10. Retrieved from https://cetic.br/publicacao/year-xi-n-1-older-people/

Fernández-Ardèvol, M., & Blanche, D. (2019, May 2). Ideas and practices for non-ageist research in a digital world. Retrieved from IN3 Blog website: https://in3.blogs.uoc.edu/2019/05/02/ideas-practices-non-ageist-research-digital-world/

Gauthier, M., & Sawchuk, K. (2015, May 11). Perpetuating exclusion in Wikipedia: The case of WAM or the Centre for Women, Ageing and Media. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/perpetuating-exclusion-in-wikipedia-the-case-of-wam-or-the-centre-for-women-ageing-and-media/

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

Grenier, L. (2016). Éditorial. Pluriâges, 7(1), 4–9. Retrieved from https://www.creges.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/2016_7-1Automne_Pluriages_FR.pdf

Higgs, P., Verneer, Y., & Libert, S. (2017, March 6). Spotlight on technology and dementia research. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/spotlight-on-technology-and-dementia-research/

Järviluoma, H. (2013, August 6). Muisti ja liikkuvat pilvet. Kulttuurintutkimuksen seura ry. Retrieved from https://kultut.fi/kolumni/

Katz, S. (2017, January). ACT based research on aging and cognito-politics. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/reflections-from-stephen-katz-on-quantified-ageing/

Lafontaine, C. (2014, October 30). Murray Forman on age and hip-hop. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: 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 6). Age 3.0: The creative aging fair [In focus article]. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/age-3-0-the-creative-aging-fair/

Lafontaine, C. (2016b, October 21). Update from the annual ACT meeting. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/update-from-the-annual-act-meeting/

Lafontaine, C., & McAskill, C. (2017, July 1). Notes on the Aging Graz 2017 ENAS & NANAS Conference. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/notes-on-the-aginggraz2017-enas-nanas-conference/

Lafontaine, C., Tremblay-Lamontagne, N., & Olszanowsk, M. (2018). Vidéo « Réflexions de personnes âgées sur l’austérité ». Pluriâges, 8(1), 8–10. Retrieved from https://www.creges.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/2018_8-1Hiver_Pluriages_FR.pdf

Laupacis, A. (2016, October 24). Andrea Charise [Featured interview]. Healthy Debate. Retrieved from http://healthydebate.ca/faces-health-care/humanities-medicine-aging

Lebel-Bernier, M., & McAskill, A. (2016, June 30). Fragment of life / Fragments de vie: Digital creativity opens new doors for intergenerational learning. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/fragment-of-life-fragments-de-vie-digital-creativity-opens-new-doors-for-intergenerational-learning/

Leonard, K. (2016a). Mobiliser les générations grâce aux loisirs: Opportunités et défis (Shannon Hebblethwaite). Pluriâges, 7(1), 24–26. Retrieved from https://www.creges.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/2016_7-1Automne_Pluriages_FR.pdf

Leonard, K. (2016b, August 1). It’s never too late. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/its-never-to-late-to-do-what-you-want/

Loos, E. (2018). Technologiegeneraties en hun sociale mediagebruik in Nederland. Gerōn, 20(4), 7–10. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40718-018-0173-3

Madden, D. (2017, December 1). Age/ing waves. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/age-ing-waves/

Madden, D. (2018a, February 1). Global learning at GUSEGG. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/global-learning-at-gusegg/

Madden, D. (2018b, June 1). RECAA’s activism and World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/recaas-activism-and-world-elder-abuse-awareness-day/

Marier, P. (2013, Summer/Fall). Sweden’s pension system: Still a social model? Inroads Journal, (33). Retrieved from http://inroadsjournal.ca/swedens-pension-system-still-a-social-model/

Marier, P. (2014b). 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), 23–26. Retrieved from https://www.creges.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/2014_5-1Automne_Pluriages_FR.pdf

Marier, P., & Séguin, A.-M. (2018). Éditorial. Pluriâges, 8(1), 5–7. Retrieved from https://www.creges.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/2018_8-1Hiver_Pluriages_FR.pdf

Marshall, B. L. (2017, October 1). Our Fitbits, our (aging)selves? Digital self-tracking and embodied aging. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://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, 23(4), 6. Retrieved from https://www.britishgerontology.org/content/22407/Live/pdf/October%202013%20GR.pdf

McAskill, C. (2016, September 2). My experience at GUSEGG 2016: Transformation, transgression and trust. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/my-experience-at-gusegg-2016-transformation-transgression-and-trust/

Nabi, S. (2016, February 29). Rewriting the story of aging. Retrieved from University of Toronto Scarborough website: http://ose.utsc.utoronto.ca/ose/story.php?id=8281§id=1

Olszanowski, M. (2016, November 25). Flipping the camera screen: The importance of imaging technologies in elder communities. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/flipping-the-camera-screen-the-importance-of-imaging-technologies-in-elder-communities/

Ratzenböck, B. (2016a). La bande sonore de la vie: Développer, implanter et soutenir des programmes personnalisés d’écoute de musique pour les personnes atteintes de pertes cognitives au stade mi-avancé (Laurel Young et Wendy Foster). Pluriâges, 7(1), 27–30. Retrieved from https://www.creges.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/2016_7-1Automne_Pluriages_FR.pdf

Ratzenböck, B. (2016b). Les tablettes numériques à la fine pointe des soins: Mettre en lumière les préoccupations des patients et des familles (Robin Cohen et Esther Mercedes Laforest). Pluriâges, 7(1), 42–47. Retrieved from https://www.creges.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/2016_7-1Automne_Pluriages_FR.pdf

Ratzenböck, B. (2016c, April 4). Shifting perspectives in the context of ageing, communication, and technologies at Graz international summer school Seggau. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/shifting-perspectives-in-the-context-of-ageing-communication-and-technologies-at-graz-international-summer-school-seggau/

Romero, M., Dumont, L., Daniel, S., Barma, S., Ferrer, M., & Hénaire, V. (2016). Jeux numériques et apprentissages. Montreal, Canada: Éditions JFD.

Romero, M., & Laferrière, T. (2015, December 4). Usages pédagogiques des TIC: De la consommation à la cocréation participative. Vitrine Technologie-Éducation (VTÉ). Retrieved from https://www.vteducation.org/fr/articles/collaboration-avec-les-technologies/usages-pedagogiques-des-tic-de-la-consommation-a-la

Romero, M., & Loufane. (2016). ViBot le robot. Canada: Publications du Québec.

Romero, M., & Vallerand, V. (2016). Guide d’activités technocréatives pour les enfants du 21e siècle. Québec, Canada: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.

Sawchuk, K., Caines, A., Besanger, K., & Lafontaine, C. (2018, November 1). ACT attends CRTC public hearing on telecom sales practices. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/act-attends-crtc-public-hearing-on-telecom-sales-practices/

Sawchuk, K., Joy, M., & Hebblethwaite, S. (2019a, May 15). The age-friendly city is everyone’s responsibility. Montreal Gazette. Retrieved from https://montrealgazette.com/opinion/opinion-the-age-friendly-city-is-everyones-responsibility

Sawchuk, K., Joy, M., & Hebblethwaite, S. (2019b, May 19). Accueillir la vieillesse avec audace. La Presse+. Retrieved from http://mi.lapresse.ca/screens/883ca404-ee26-4183-8ce6-15bc794a6a30__7C___0.html

Sawchuk, K., Lafontaine, C., & Besanger, K. (2018, August 1). CRTC opens inquiry into misleading or aggressive practices of telecommunication services providers. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/crtc-opens-inquiry-into-misleading-or-aggressive-telecommunications-services-providers/

Stop dehumanizing old people by using the phrase “grey tsunami.” (2017, October 13). In The Sunday Edition. 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

Sultana, B. (2019, May 14). B/OLD: Aging in our city-Vieillir dans notre ville. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/b-old-aging-in-our-city/

Taipale, S. (2018, July 1). Coding old age in social imaginaries. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/coding-old-age-in-social-imaginaries/

Taylor, G., Middleton, C., & Goodrick, P. (2015, May 4). Getting communications policy out of the telephone booth. Policy Options. Retrieved from http://policyoptions.irpp.org/issues/is-it-the-best-of-times-or-the-worst/taylor-et-al/

Thwaites, H. (2014). Mah Meri unmasked: Polysensory intermedia exhibition. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Center for Creative Content and Digital Innovation.

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

Toso, T. (2017a, April 1). A recipe for activism: The politics and joy of cooking. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/a-recipe-for-activism-the-politics-and-joy-of-cooking/

Toso, T. (2017b, June 10). Skyping with grandma: The role of ICTs in everyday family life. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/skyping-grandma-the-role-of-icts-in-everyday-family-life/

Toso, T. (2018, May 1). Portraits of Alzheimer’s and dementia: Reimagining discourses on ageing. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/portraits-of-alzheimers-and-dementia-reimagining-discourses-on-ageing/

Toso, T., & Nimrod, G. (2017, August 1). Keep calm and reboot: Older adults’ experiences of technostress. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: http://actproject.ca/keep-calm-and-reboot-older-adults-experiences-of-technostress/

Tremblay, A. (2018, December 1). Beyond saris and stereotypes: Sharing a lifetime of experiences. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/beyond-saris-and-stereotypes-sharing-a-lifetime-of-experiences/

Vautrin-Nadeau, M.-È. (2016a). Participer au monde numérique: Entre marchandisation, partage et surveillance (Serge Proulx). Pluriâges, 7(1), 13–15. Retrieved from https://www.creges.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/2016_7-1Automne_Pluriages_FR.pdf

Vautrin-Nadeau, M.-È. (2016b). Projection et présentation du film « Les mains au bout du fil » (Line Grenier et Véro Leduc). Pluriâges, 7(1), 49–50. Retrieved from https://www.creges.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/2016_7-1Automne_Pluriages_FR.pdf

Willmott, A. (2017, September 1). An update from WAM Summer School. Retrieved from Ageing + Communication + Technologies website: https://actproject.ca/an-update-from-wam-summer-school/

Reports, Policy Interventions and Working Papers

Aubin, G., Beausoleil, J., Brotman, S., Couture, M., Gilbert, N., Marier, P., … Wallach, I. (2017). Vieillir et vivre ensemble: Mémoire dans le cadre de la consultation sur les travaux d’élaboration du Plan d’action Vieillir et Vivre Ensemble 2018-2023. Retrieved from Centre de recherche et d’expertise en gérontologie sociale (CREGÉS)-Équipe de recherche Vieillissements, Exclusions et Solidarité (VIES) website: http://www.vies.ucs.inrs.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Me%CC%81moire-VVE-CREGES-VIES-2017.pdf

Blanche, D. (2015). Statistical summary on ageing and ICTs. Retrieved from Ageing, Communication, Technologies (ACT) website: https://actproject.ca/statistical-summary-on-ageing-and-icts/

Caballero, S. (2016). Internet, familia y hogares entre las mujeres mayores en Uruguay [Internet, family and elderly women in Uruguay]. Retrieved from Universitat Oberta de Catalunya website: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/311453428_Internet_familia_y_hogares_entre_las_mujeres_mayores_en_Uruguay

Carver, L. F., Crow, B., Rosenberg, M. W., & Puxty, J. (2019). Core community supports to age in community. Retrieved from Federal/Provincial/Territorial Ministers Responsible for Seniors website: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/seniors/forum/core-community-supports.html

Dolan, J., & Tincknell, E. (2014). Women in news and current affairs broadcasting: Evidence volume (pp. 98–107). Retrieved from House of Lords website: https://www.parliament.uk/documents/lords-committees/communications/women-in-news-and-current-affairs-broadcasting/WNCABEvidence.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]. Retrieved from Government Office for Science website: 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. Retrieved from IN3-Open University of Catalonia website: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/103086

Loos, E., Nimrod, G., & Fernández-Ardèvol, M. (Series Ed.). (2018). Older audiences in the digital media environment: A cross-national longitudinal study. Wave 1 Report 1.0. Retrieved from https://spectrum.library.concordia.ca/983866/

Marshall, B. L. (2017). A spotlight on: Digital self-tracking in older age. In C. Phoenix, B. Gough, N. Orr, J. Piggin, J. Thompson, C. Victor, … E. Tulle (Eds.), Physical activity in later life: Shining a spotlight on social context. Report from: “More of the same is not enough”: New directions in ageing and physical activity. (pp. 8–9). United Kingdom: ESRC Seminar Series.

Middleton, C. (2015). Intervention regarding telecom notice of consultation CRTC 2015-134 and CRTC 2015-134-1: Review of basic telecommunications services [Intervention Number 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.

Puxty, J., Rosenberg, M. W., Carver, L. F., & Crow, B. (2019). Report on housing needs of seniors. Retrieved from Federal/Provincial/Territorial Ministers Responsible for Seniors website: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/seniors/forum/report-seniors-housing-needs.html

Rajabiun, R., Ellis, D., & Middleton, C. (2016). Literature review: Affordability of communications services [Prepared for the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)].

Sawchuck, K., Lafontaine, C., & Besanger, K. (2018). Older adults and the changing landscape of television and radio distribution in Canada. Intervention on The future of audio and video programming in Canada: What will come next? Phase II [CRTC Notice 2017-359]. Retrieved from Ageing, Communication, Technologies (ACT Project) website: http://actproject.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/CRTC-intervention-2017-359_Report-2.pdf

Sawchuck, K., Lagacé, M., Lafontaine, C., Besanger, K., & van de Beeck, L. (2017). Intervention on The future of audio and video programming in Canada: What will come next? Phase I [CRTC Notice 2017-359]. Retrieved from Ageing, Communication, Technologies (ACT Project) website: http://actproject.ca/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/CRTC-intervention-2017-359.docx

Sawchuk, K., Lafontaine, C., & Besanger, K. (2018). Experiences of older adults with abusive sales practices of Canadian telecommunication providers [Intervention for the Inquiry on use of misleading or aggressive sales practices by large telecommunications service providers (CRTC-2018-246)]. Retrieved from Ageing, Communication, Technologies (ACT) website: https://actproject.ca/experiences-of-older-adults-with-abusive-sales-practices-of-canadian-telecommunication-providers/

Sawchuk, K., Lafontaine, C., Besanger, K., Brek, N., & DeJong, S. (2018). Listen to vulnerable consumers: Systemic abuses in the Canadian telecommunication industry [Final submission for the Inquiry on use of misleading or aggressive sales practices by large telecommunications service providers (CRTC-2018-246)]. Retrieved from http://actproject.ca/listen-to-vulnerable-consumers-systemic-abuses-in-the-canadian-telecommunication-industry/

Sawchuk, K., Middleton, C., Lafontaine, C., DeJong, S., & Vanderbeek, E. (2019). Fair sales practices and affordable services: The cell phone needs of Canadian seniors [Submitted to the government of British Columbia: “Cell phone billing transparency” study]. Retrieved from Ageing, Communication, Technologies (ACT) website: https://actproject.ca/fair-sales-practices-and-affordable-services-the-cell-phone-needs-of-canadian-seniors/

Sawchuk, K., Middleton, C., Lagacé, M., Lafontaine, C., Vanderbeek, E., & DeJong, S. (2019). Meeting the needs of all Canadians: Older adults, affordability and mobile, wireless services [Preliminary intervention (CRTC-2019-57) “Review of mobile wireless services”]. Retrieved from Ageing, Communication, Technologies (ACT) website: https://actproject.ca/meeting-the-needs-of-all-canadians-older-adults-affordability-and-mobile-wireless-services-preliminary-intervention-crtc-2019-57-review-of-mobile-wireless-services/

The National Union of Journalists, Women, Ageing and Media, Women in Journalism, & New Dynamics of Ageing (NDA) Research Programme. (2013). Charter against ageism and sexism in the media. Retrieved from New Dynamics of Ageing website: http://www.newdynamics.group.shef.ac.uk/charter.html

Multimedia

Charise, A. (2016). ACTipedia: Resisting digital ageism at the University of Toronto Scarborough. Retrieved from Storify website: https://storify.com/

Chazan, M., & Madden, D. (2016). Montreal media capsules. Retrieved from https://www.agingactivisms.org/montreal-media-capsules

Cucinelli, G. (2016a). Define privacy [Web-based interactive documentary]. Retrieved from Youth Media Practices website: http://youthmediapractices.ca/

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

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

Esseghaier, M. (2017). Madhu’s saris [Short documentary film]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/FzRsg7zIzOU

Goldman, M., & McKee, P. (2017). Piano lessons [Short film].

Goldman, M., & McKee, P. (2019). Torching the dusties [Short film].

Grenier, L., & Leduc, V. (2015a). Communication technologies of yesterday and today: Reflections of Deaf seniors [Short documentary film]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/AKtg-6hQYDs

Grenier, L., & Leduc, V. (2015b). Fingers on the line (10 minutes version) [Short documentary film]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/2ado_YgSP9M

Grenier, L., & Leduc, V. (2015c). Fingers on the line (25 minutes version) [Short documentary film]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/loMCkcTsuKQ

Grenier, L., & Leduc, V. (2015d). Les mains au bout du fil (version 10 minutes) [Short documentary film]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/uaVEK2sIn-Y

Grenier, L., & Leduc, V. (2015e). Les mains au bout du fil (version 25 minutes) [Short documentary film]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/VN6BAtV1SBY

Grenier, L., & Leduc, V. (2015f). Technologies de communication d’hier et d’aujourd’hui: Réflexions d’aîné-es Sourd-es [Short documentary film]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/S0KaOXrQ6Sc

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

Haig, T. (2019, May 13). Finding ways to help seniors help themselves and the rest of us. In Radio Canada International. Retrieved from https://www.rcinet.ca/en/2019/05/13/finding-ways-to-help-seniors-help-themselves-and-the-rest-of-us/

Järviluom, H., & Vikman, N. (2015). Korvinkuultava hiljaisuus [Radio feature]. In Reklamointia melusta [The audible silence]. Finland.

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

Maierhofer, R., Mezihorak, P., & Ratzenböck, B. (2015). GUSEGG: Clip Seminar “Aging and the life course” – Week 1 [Short film]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/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. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/kjSbGAmXmgQ

Martin, W., & Pilcher, K. (2014). Photographing everyday life: A photographic exhibition. Retrieved from https://sites.brunel.ac.uk/photographingdailylives

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

Romero, M., & Loufane. (2016, February 1). Vibot le robot [Website]. Retrieved from Vibot le robot website: https://vibot.fse.ulaval.ca/

Rosales, A. (2019a). Ageism in intelligent systems [Video file]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/KKH7E53kAeY

Rosales, A. (2019b). La influencia de la inteligencia artificial en la discriminación de las personas mayores [Video file]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/aPeFFhZOgbc

Twigg, J., & Martin, W. (2015). Julia Twigg and Wendy Martin (Editors) introduce the Routledge handbook of cultural gerontology. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/Jc036MaB6Bw