Social policy, Gerontology, Gender studies, Social change and Context are his primary areas of study. He interconnects Social deprivation, Disadvantage, Globalization and Social anthropology in the investigation of issues within Social policy. Chris Phillipson focuses mostly in the field of Globalization, narrowing it down to matters related to Economic growth and, in some cases, Urban geography.
The Gerontology study combines topics in areas such as Ethnic group, Social constructionism and Scale. His study in Gender studies is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Older people and Politics. His Social change research incorporates elements of Socioeconomics and Social theory.
Chris Phillipson mainly focuses on Gerontology, Older people, Gender studies, Economic growth and Social policy. His Older people research includes elements of Elderly people, Social psychology and Social exclusion. His Gender studies study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Identity.
When carried out as part of a general Economic growth research project, his work on Public policy is frequently linked to work in Age friendly, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Social policy study combines topics in areas such as Social change, Social science and Politics.
Chris Phillipson spends much of his time researching Age friendly, Economic growth, Precarity, Gender studies and Context. His work on Social infrastructure and Social exclusion as part of general Economic growth research is frequently linked to Global network and Perspective, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Social exclusion study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Older people and Coproduction.
He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Gender studies and Ageing through his works. His Manifesto study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Social science and Media studies. His Gerontology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Older population and Training.
Chris Phillipson mainly investigates Age friendly, Precarity, Manifesto, Social science and Economic growth. His study on Precarity also encompasses disciplines like
Chris Phillipson is interested in Social exclusion, which is a field of Economic growth. In his study, Chris Phillipson carries out multidisciplinary Context and Argument research. His Population ageing research includes themes of Psychological intervention, Social policy, Diversity and Gerontology.
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Reconstructing Old Age: New Agendas in Social Theory and Practice
Capitalism and the construction of old age
Social theory, social policy and ageing : a critical introduction
Carroll L. Estes;Simon J. Biggs;Chris Phillipson.
Ageing in urban environments: Developing ‘age-friendly’ cities
Tine Buffel;Chris Phillipson;Thomas scharf.
Critical Social Policy (2012)
The sociology of old age
Graham Fennell;Chris Phillipson;Helen Evers.
Open University Press Milton Keynes; 1988. (1988)
The 'elected' and the 'excluded': Sociological perspectives on the experience of place and community in old age
Ageing & Society (2007)
Social exclusion of older people in deprived urban communities of England.
Thomas Scharf;Christopher Phillipson;Allison E Smith.
European Journal of Ageing (2005)
Elder abuse in perspective
Simon Biggs;Chris Phillipson;Paul Kingston.
Changing work and retirement: social policy and the older worker
Frank Laczko;Chris Phillipson.
Open University Press Milton Keynes; 1991. (1991)
Extending Working Life: A Review of the Research Literature
Chris Phillipson;Allison Smith.
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