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Author Rogers, Richard, 1965- author.

Title Issue mapping for an ageing Europe / Richard Rogers, Natalia Sánchez-Querubín and Aleksandra Kil.

Published Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, [2015]

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 UniM Bail  305.26094 ROGE    AVAILABLE
Physical description 169 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 157-161) and index.
Contents 1 Introduction: Issue mapping, ageing, and digital methods 9 -- 1.1 Issue mapping 9 -- 1.2 Ageing issue and its place in Europe 12 -- 1.3 Mapping theory: Social cartography, risk cartography, and critical neo-cartography 14 -- 1.4 Digital methods for issue mapping: New formats, data, and traceability 29 -- 1.5 Digital methods and the visualizations employed in the mappings 32 -- 2 A social cartography of ageing 41 -- 2.1 Ageing as a social issue 41 -- 2.2 How to trace associations: Operationalizing social cartography using digital methods 42 -- 2.3 Ageing as a European issue? The EU initiatives and local agendas 45 -- 2.4 Polish ageing NGOs, issue formats and the local variation on Europeanization 53 -- 2.5 Which issue formats lend themselves to domestic debates on pension reform? The cases of the U.K. and Poland 60 -- 2.6 Tea and pens as 'cosmos-objects' in the British public sector pension reform debate 60 -- 2.7 Staging the pension reform controversy in Poland: Which formats could empower action? 66 -- 3 A risk cartography of ageing 71 -- 3.1 Age U.K.'s hyperlinking behaviour 79 -- 3.2 Care worker migration as ageing issue (in the U.K. and beyond) and the quest for the cosmopolitan moment 82 -- 3.3 Migration of healthcare and social care workers and the impacts on victim states 84 -- 3.4 Care worker migration to the U.K.: A risk cartography 87 -- 4 A critical cartography of ageing 93 -- 4.1 Critical cartography and map-making 95 -- 4.2 Practicing critical map-making 97 -- 4.3 Neo-cartography and digital methods: The mash-up and the layer 99 -- 4.4 Issue layer I: The Polish care worker migration layer 105 -- 4.5 Issue layer II: Ageing issue centres and peripheries - NGOs, events, and sources of authority 109 -- 4.6 Issue layer III: Cross-cultural analysis of ageing issues 116 -- 4.7 European ageing resources map 124 -- 4.8 Ageing well according to European local domain Googles: Ageing tips and an anti-ageing shopping list 130 -- 5 Conclusion: Mapping for an ageing Europe 141 -- 5.1 Producing social cartographies of ageing: The EUropeanization of ageing? 142 -- 5.2 Producing risk cartographies of ageing: Winner and loser places 146 -- 5.3 Producing critical neo-cartographies of ageing issue layers and resource maps 148.
Summary This book offers a practical and theoretical examination of issue mapping with digital methodologies. The issue at stake concerns the European population where in the near future the old will outnumber the young, threatening the stability of both pension and healthcare systems, and changing the migration patterns of those who need and who provide care. Drawing on the latest theoretical approaches to issue mapping, the authors put them into practice through online mapping techniques to demonstrate ways of exploring the complex issue of demographics and the debates surrounding data available online. The authors use the websites of non-governmental organizations to locate the ageing issue agenda, and varying levels of attention given to the shared as well as isolated concerns. Online job portals provide data about not only employment opportunities but also the movement of care workers, pointing up potential 'victim states' in the ageing world. Search engine queries are designed to identify cultural philosophies about ageing, not to mention European anti-ageing cuisine.
Other author Sánchez-Querubín, Natalia, author.
Kil, Aleksandra, author.
Subject Population aging -- Europe.
Digital mapping.
Standard Number 9789089647160
ISBN 9789089647160
9089647163
9789048524457