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Prof. Chris Phillipson

Professor of Gerontology

Manchester

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Manchester

10477 State Road 48

Aurora, Indiana 47001

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor of Sociology and Social Gerontology

The University of Manchester

College Corporation

Professor of Applied Social Studies and Social Gerontology

Keele University

Co-director

MICRA

Affiliations

Fellow
The Gerontological Society of America

Fellow
British Gerontological Society

Advisory Board Member
Timescapes

Member
Consortium on Urban Ageing

Member of the Council of Scientists
FUTURAGE

Member
Age Concern England

Co-Founder
British Council for Age

Trustee
British Holistic Medical Association

Founder
The Center for Social Gerontology , Inc.

Founder
Department of Applied Social Studies and Social Work

Education

BA

Ph.D

Durham University

Web References (197 Total References)


New Understandings 2014 :: British Society of Gerontology

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Keynote: Professor Chris Phillipson

From the publication of his first book, Capitalism and the Construction of Old Age to his latest volume, Ageing, Professor Phillipson has challenged us to examine assumptions and key issues. His work consistently calls for a critical approach to ageing studies. Professor Phillipson joined Sociology at the University of Manchester in November 2012 and took up his role as co-Director of MICRA in January 2013. Prior to joining Manchester he was Professor of Applied Social Studies and Social Gerontology at Keele University where he founded the Centre for Social Gerontology. He continues to hold an honorary position at Keele University. He is a former Deputy-Chair of the ESRC Training and Development Board. In 2008 he was elected a Fellow of the British Gerontological Society and a Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America in 2012. Professor Phillipson received an Outstanding Achievement Award from the British Society of Gerontology in 2011.
Chris's presentation slides are available here:
Chris Phillipson Keynote Presentation Slides (485k)


Keynote: Professor Chris ...

britishgerontology.org [cached]

Keynote: Professor Chris Phillipson

From the publication of his first book, Capitalism and the Construction of Old Age to his latest volume, Ageing, Professor Phillipson has challenged us to examine assumptions and key issues. His work consistently calls for a critical approach to ageing studies. Professor Phillipson joined Sociology at the University of Manchester in November 2012 and took up his role as co-Director of MICRA in January 2013. Prior to joining Manchester he was Professor of Applied Social Studies and Social Gerontology at Keele University where he founded the Centre for Social Gerontology. He continues to hold an honorary position at Keele University. He is a former Deputy-Chair of the ESRC Training and Development Board. In 2008 he was elected a Fellow of the British Gerontological Society and a Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America in 2012. Professor Phillipson received an Outstanding Achievement Award from the British Society of Gerontology in 2011.
Chris's presentation slides are available here:
Chris Phillipson Keynote Presentation Slides (485k)


Professor Chris Phillipson, ...

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Professor Chris Phillipson, Professor of Sociology and Social Gerontology, University of Manchester and Executive Director of Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research into Ageing (MICRA)

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Power point presentations are already available from: Alan Walker, Joy Todd, Tom Wells, BSG REF Sub-panel members, REF Impact Study Team, Chris Phillipson and James Pickett - FAR POWERPOINTS
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Chris Phillipson ending the day by stressing that there would be a need to develop diverse sources of research funding; social and behavioural scientists will have to develop more confidence in making the case for funding; and that the BSG has a twin responsibility: raising the profile and stressing the importance of our research as social gerontologists; whilst ensuring that we have a strong presence in our home disciplines.


Professional partnerships | Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing | The University of Manchester

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Professional partnerships | Professor Chris Phillipson and Age UK Professional partnerships Strategic partnerships to raise awareness of collaborative research on ageing Professional partnerships | Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing | The University of Manchester


09:40 â€" 10:30 Keynote: Professor ...

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09:40 â€" 10:30 Keynote: Professor Chris Phillipson.

From the publication of his first book, Capitalism and the Construction of Old Age to his latest volume, Ageing, Professor Phillipson has challenged us to examine assumptions and key issues. His work consistently calls for a critical approach to ageing studies. Professor Phillipson joined Sociology at the University of Manchester in November 2012 and took up his role as co-Director of MICRA in January 2013. Prior to joining Manchester he was Professor of Applied Social Studies and Social Gerontology at Keele University where he founded the Centre for Social Gerontology. He continues to hold an honorary position at Keele University. He is a former Deputy-Chair of the ESRC Training and Development Board. In 2008 he was elected a Fellow of the British Gerontological Society and a Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America in 2012. Professor Phillipson received an Outstanding Achievement Award from the British Society of Gerontology in 2011.

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