British Society of Gerontology - Call for abstracts

The BSA Ageing, Body and Society study group is planning to actively participate in the British Sociological Association annual conference 'Engaging Sociology' at the Great Connaught Rooms, London on 3-5 April 2013

They welcome abstracts in the areas of:

* SOCIOLOGY OF AGEING

* AGEING, BODY AND SOCIETY


This year they are within the Families, Relationships and Lifecourse stream of the conference and it is ESSENTIAL that you add the subject area AGEING or AGEING, BODY AND SOCIETY within the overarching Families, Relationships and Lifecourse stream.

The abstract submission date is Friday 5th October - to submit an abstract see http://www.britsoc.co.uk/events/bsa-annual-conference/submissions.aspx

There are different possible submission formats including: ORAL PAPERS; POSTERS and SPECIAL EVENTS (this may include visual displays, symposia, panels, roundtable discussions and many more. Please review the Special Events Guidelines and complete the Special Event Abstract Submission Form).

NB add AGEING / AGEING, BODY, SOCIETY on ALL submission forms that you want considered within this subject area.

It would be excellent to have the sociology of ageing and the study group Ageing, Body and Society well represented at the conference.

They  hope to see you at the 2013 conference. We plan to create opportunities to meet and network with study group members through a study group meeting (we will look at the possibility of refreshments), during ageing / ageing, body and society panels and events, and with a meal out one evening (at own expense). It would be great to see you!

For more information about the conference see: http://www.britsoc.co.uk/events/bsa-annual-conference.aspx

Please contact the study group convenors if you want further information: Professor Julia Twigg (University of Kent) j.m.twigg@kent.ac.uk or Dr Wendy Martin (Brunel University) wendy.martin@brunel.ac.uk

 

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