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Oeuvres savants

Oeuvres de l'Équipe

Biglieri, S. (2021). The right to (re) shape the city: Examining the accessibility of a public engagement tool for people living with dementia. Journal of the American Planning Association, 87(3): 311-325.

Biglieri, S., & Dean, J. (2022). Fostering Mobility for People Living with Dementia in Suburban Neighborhoods Through Land Use, Urban Design and Wayfinding. Journal of Planning Education and Research (early view online).

Channer, N. S., Hartt, M., & Biglieri, S. (2020). Aging-in-place and the spatial distribution of older adult vulnerability in Canada. Applied Geography, 125: 102357.

Hartt, M. (2021). COVID-19: A Lonely Pandemic. Cities & Health, 5 (SUP1): S80-S82.

Hartt, M., & Biglieri, S. (2018). Prepared for the silver tsunami? An examination of municipal old-age dependency and age-friendly policy in Ontario, Canada. Journal of Urban Affairs, 40(5), 625–638.

Hartt, M., DeVerteuil, G., & Potts, R. (2022). Age-Unfriendly by Design: Built Environment and Social Infrastructure Deficits in Suburban Melbourne, Journal of the American Planning Association (early view online).

Nelson, S. & Rosenberg, M.W. (2022). Age-Friendly Cities and Older Indigenous People: An Exploratory Study in Prince George, Canada. The Canadian Journal on Aging, 41(2): 273-282.

Turseky, M. (2021). Aging Back Into the Closet: Community Planning for Older LGBTQ+ Adults, Journal of Planning Literature, 37(1): 67-82.

D'autres ressources savantes excellentes

Alidoust, S., Bosman, C., & Holden, G. (2019). Planning for healthy ageing: How the use of third places contributes to the social health of older populations. Ageing and Society, 39(7), 1459–1484.

Aubrecht, K., Kelly, C., & Rice, C. (Eds.). (2020). The Aging–Disability Nexus. UBC Press.

Barnett, D. W., Barnett, A., Nathan, A., Van Cauwenberg, J., & Cerin, E. (2017). Built environmental correlates of older adults’ total physical activity and walking: A systematic review and meta-analysis. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14(1), 1–24.

Buffel, T., & Phillipson, C. (2016). Can global cities be “age-friendly cities”? Urban development and ageing populations. Cities, 55, 94–100.

Hirsch, J. A., Winters, M., Clarke, P. J., Ste-Marie, N., & McKay, H. A. (2017). The influence of walkability on broader mobility for Canadian middle aged and older adults: An examination of Walk ScoreTM and the Mobility Over Varied Environments Scale (MOVES). Preventive Medicine, 95, S60–S67.

Hodge, G. (2008). The Geography of Aging – Preparing Communities for the Surge in Seniors. McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Joy, M. (2020). The Right to an Age-Friendly City: Redistribution, Recognition, and Senior Citizen Rights in Urban Spaces. McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Kerr, J., Rosenberg, D., & Frank, L. (2012). The Role of the Built Environment in Healthy Aging: Community Design, Physical Activity, and Health among Older Adults. Journal of Planning Literature, 27(1), 43–60.

Levasseur, M., Généreux, M., Bruneau, J. F., Vanasse, A., Chabot, É., Beaulac, C., & Bédard, M. M. (2015). Importance of proximity to resources, social support, transportation and neighborhood security for mobility and social participation in older adults: Results from a scoping study. BMC Public Health, 15(1), 1–19.

Menec, V. H., Means, R., Keating, N., Parkhurst, G., & Eales, J. (2011). Conceptualizing age-friendly communities. Canadian Journal on Aging, 30(3), 479–493.

Miskimmin, C., Shooshtari, S., Menec, V., Duncan, K. A., Martin, T., et al. (2019). Age-friendly communities for older persons with intellectual disabilities. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, 20(4): 206-218.

Plouffe, L., & Kalache, A. (2010). Towards Global Age-Friendly Cities: Determining Urban Features that Promote Active Aging. Journal of Urban Health, 87(5), 733–739.

Richard, L., Gauvin, L., Gosselin, C., & Laforest, S. (2009). Staying connected: Neighbourhood correlates of social participation among older adults living in an urban environment in Montréal, Québec. Health Promotion International, 24(1), 46–57.

Salma, J. & Salami, B. (2019). “Growing Old is not for the Weak of Heart”: Social isolation and loneliness in Muslim immigrant older adults in Canada. Health & Social Care in the Community, 28(2): 615-623.

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