Journal of Aging Studies

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Aging Studies is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
Aging in place and the places of aging: A longitudinal study56
“But at the age of 85? Forget it!”: Internalized ageism, a barrier to technology use38
#BoomerRemover: COVID-19, ageism, and the intergenerational twitter response32
Dying alone and lonely dying: Media discourse and pandemic conditions27
Advanced old age as a developmental dilemma: An in-depth comparison of established fourth age conceptualizations17
“Fiercely independent”: Experiences of aging in the right place of older women living alone with physical limitations17
Doing digital exclusion – technology practices of older internet non-users16
Strategies of socially isolated older adults: Mechanisms of emergence and persistence16
The distance to death perceptions of older adults explain why they age in place: A theoretical examination15
Exploring rural older adult perspectives on the scope, reach and sustainability of age-friendly programs15
Buffer or Blade: Perceived relationship closeness in couples navigating Alzheimer's15
Family care across diverse cultures: Re-envisioning using a transnational lens15
Bourdieu's forms of capital and the stratification of later life14
This is Me: Evaluation of a boardgame to promote social engagement, wellbeing and agency in people with dementia through mindful life-storytelling14
The twin faces of ageism, glorification and abjection: A content analysis of age advocacy in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic13
Revisioning aging: Indigenous, crip and queer renderings12
From double to triple standards of ageing. Perceptions of physical appearance at the intersections of age, gender and class11
Exploring ethno-cultural variations in how older Canadians define healthy aging: The Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA)11
From invisible to extraordinary: Representations of older LGBTQ persons in Canadian print and online news media9
A critical gerontological framing analysis of persistent ageism in NZ online news media: Don't call us “elderly”!9
Lived experiences of older adults living in the community during the COVID-19 lockdown – The case of Mauritius9
The myth of ‘older LGBT+’ people: Research shortcomings and policy/practice implications for health/care provision9
‘I am making a difference’: Understanding advocacy as a citizenship practice among persons living with dementia9
Breaking the win-win narrative: The dark side of older people's political participation9
How young adults view older people: Exploring the pathways of constructing a group image after participation in an intergenerational programme9
Doing age in the workplace: Exploring age categorisation in performance appraisal8
Becoming and being an older adult: A mixed methods study of the lived experience of aging8
‘I never really left the university:’ Continuity amongst male academics in the transition from work to retirement8
Talking about frailty: The relationship between precarity and the fourth age in older peoples' constructions of frailty7
Structures, tensions, and processes shaping long-term care home staff's role in end of life decision-making for residents with dementia7
Assisted eating in late-stage dementia: Intercorporeal interaction7
Doing research on the intersection of ethnicity and old age: Key insights from decolonial frameworks7
“Better be dead than grow older:” A qualitative study on subjective aging among older Koreans6
Facebook and older adults: Fulfilling psychological needs?6
How do people think about later life when making workplace pension saving decisions?6
Challenges related to providing care for parents with dementia across borders: A qualitative study on transnational carers in Oslo6
Queer futures? Forget it! Dementia, queer theory and the limits of normativity6
The experience and meaning of aging with multiple sclerosis: An existential phenomenological approach6
Revitalising sensualities of ageing with Parkinson's through dance6
“I do those things to pass the time.”: Active ageing during fourth age6
Dementia care-sharing and migration: An intersectional exploration of family carers' experiences5
Old-age lifestyles: Patterns of participation in leisure activities and their associations with different forms of capital5
Winter of our contentment: Examining risk, pleasure, and emplacement in later-life physical activity5
Living solo at midlife: Can the pandemic de-stigmatize living alone in India?5
“There were no words”: Older LGBTQ+ persons' experiences of finding and claiming their gender and sexual identities4
Experiences and motives of retirement-aged workers during the first wave of COVID-19 in Slovenia: “This was the first time in 40 years that I really saw spring”4
Facilitated reflection meetings as a relational approach to problem-solving within long-term care facilities4
Transing dementia: Rethinking compulsory biographical continuity through the theorization of cisism and cisnormativity4
To lift or not to lift? The dilemma of an aging face in Erica Jong's later works4
Stories under construction: Exploring meaning-making on a geriatric ward4
Representations of older adults in COVID-related newspaper articles: A comparison between the perspectives of older and younger adults4
Approaching retirement: A qualitative study of older nursing assistants' experiences of work in residential care and late-career planning4
The complex nature of transportation as a key determinant of health in primary and community care restructuring initiatives in rural Canada4
“Carving a future out of the past and the present”: Rethinking aging futures4
Dementia-friendliness – A matter of knowledge, responsibility, dignity, and illusion4
The stigma of dementia and the media: An analysis of reality shows about older people with dementia running a pop-up restaurant4
Anti-aging technoscience & the biologization of cumulative inequality: Affinities in the biopolitics of successful aging4
Producing precarity: The individualization of later life unemployment within employment support provision4
Imagining feminist old age: Moving beyond ‘successful’ ageing?4
Managing a positive impression: Self-presentation among octogenarians3
Do internalized age stereotypes mediate the relationship between volunteering and social connectedness for adults 50+?3
From older to younger generations: Intergenerational transmission of health-related roles in families with Huntington's disease3
“I'm definitely not socially excluded!”- Perceptions of social exclusion among Australian government housing residents aged 80 and older who live alone3
Vulnerability in context; hard numbers, tricky words and grey areas for gerontology3
Aging masculinities in Austria: Social realities and cultural representations3
Transforming nursing home culture: Opinions of older people. A cross-sectional study in Belgium3
Temporality and the aging self. How subjective time is folding over its linear progression3
In search of epistemic justice. Dialogical reflection of researchers on situated ethics in studies with people living with language and/or cognitive impairment3
From fact to meaning: Care practitioners' hermeneutic competence development in residential care for persons with dementia3
Equality according to whom? Debating an age-related restriction in the upcoming disability legislation reform in Finland3
“I have no reason not to be happy”: The social and bodily conditions of positive aging for Latin-American men in Mexico3
Harnessing progress: Gender, sexuality, and positive self-perceptions of aging in midlife3
“Remember this picture when you take more than you need”: Constructing morality through instrumental ageism in COVID-19 memes on social media3
Choral singing and dementia: Exploring musicality as embodied and relational accomplishment3
Aging well in the community: Understanding the complexities of older people's dial-a-ride bus journeys3
Ageing without remembering: Fantasy, memory and loss in Kazuo Ishiguro's The Buried Giant3
Older adults in traditional and modern living arrangements in southern India: The importance of maintaining a sense of belonging and positive intergenerational exchanges3
My home in later life: A phenomenographic study of older adults' experience of home3
“What am I going to be like when I'm that age?”: How older volunteers anticipate ageing through home visiting3
Embodied ageism: “I don't know if you do get to an age where you're too old to learn”3
Gender differences in family support to older adults and implications for social work in south-east Nigeria3
Regulating the disenfranchised: Reciprocity & resistance under the Mental Capacity Act3
Constructing loneliness: Home care providers' notions of older adults' social needs and the possibilities of the home care profession to support social participation3
Resisting ageism through lifelong learning. Mature students' counter-narratives to the construction of aging as decline3
Involving older people in inclusive educational research3
About me but without me? Older adult's perspectives on interpersonal communication during care transitions from hospital to seniors' residence3
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