Self-caring in later life

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/proceedingBidrag til bog/antologiForskning

  • Tine Fristrup
  • Sara Grut, Nordic Center of Heritage Learning and Creativity (NCK), Sverige
SOCIETIES ARE AGEING across the world and in 2015 there will
be more people over the age of 65 than children under the age
of five globally (Powell, 2011). For the first time in history we
face a situation where the ratio between the young and the old
takes on a new shape with regard to the structure and ordering
of society. These demographic changes favour what we call a
(geronto)pedagogicalisation of ageing societies (Fristrup, 2012a).
The neoliberal agenda of choice and agency unfolds as a transformation
of the ways in which old age is being experienced
by adults throughout the world. The phenomenon of gerontopedagogicalisation
is a process of becoming a juvenile and
entrepreneurial self in later life, conceptualised as performAGE
(Fristrup, 2012a). PerformAGE is an approach to understanding
the different ways of performing age in later life which
favours the performing of this juvenile and entrepreneurial
self (Cruikshank, 1999).
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelThe caring museum : new models of engagement with ageing
RedaktørerHamish L. Robertson
Antal sider36
UdgivelsesstedEdinburgh
ForlagMuseumsEtc
Udgivelsesår2015
Udgave1.
Sider266-301
Kapitel12
ISBN (trykt)978-1-910144-62-6, 978-1-910144-64-0
StatusUdgivet - 2015

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