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Open Call for proposals: Special Issue 2025 in Comparative Population Studies (CPoS)

CPoS welcomes proposals for a Special Issue in 2025. The SI should include an introductory paper by the guest editor(s) as well as 5 to 8 individual papers. Submission Deadline: 15 June 2024 More information: https://www.comparativepopulationstudies.de/index.php/CPoS/announcement/view/19 List of past Special Issues: https://www.comparativepopulationstudies.de/index.php/CPoS/S_ISSUE All articles are published online and open access…

Call for Papers for Upcoming Special Issue: Intersectionality Matters – Age, Care, Power Relations

Vera GallistlCall for Papers: "Intersectionality Matters - Age, Care, Power Relations" - Special Issue in the International Journal of Ageing and Later Life This issue’s contributions aspire to enhance our understanding of the complexities surrounding aging in the context of a caring society. Age(ing) and care(ing) are constantly materialized, culturally shaped…

Call for Abstracts: 5th European Social Survey Conference

We cordially invite scholars using ESS data to submit abstracts to one of the following two sessions: “Transition to retirement – Pension systems and the challenges faced by an ageing Europe” and “Quality of life after retirement – Inequalities, health, and wellbeing of older Europeans.” The sessions will take place…


The Sociology of Aging at the Slovenian Sociological Society

The Annual Meeting of the Slovenian Sociological Society in 2023 put the sociology of ageing at the forefront of its conference entitled "Long-lived society: consequences and challenges". The theme was chosen because the reforms for the health care, pension and long-term care systems were announced to be underway in Slovenia.…



Call for Papers for a Special Issue in the Journal of Aging Studies

Topic of the Special Issue: The Growing Older of Humans, Non-Humans, and More-than-Humans This special issue is aimed at broadening the study of aging by addressing three main points. First, aging is almost exclusively associated with humans. Human aging is heavily stereotyped as physical and cognitive decline and technologies are…