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Books and Book Chapters

O’Shea, E., Gillespie, P. (2006) Health policy in Ireland, in: Healy, S., Reynolds, B., Collins, M. (eds) Social policy in Ireland, Dublin: The Liffey Press, pp. 271-295.

O’Shea, E in S. Healy, B. Reynolds and M. Collins (eds) with P. Gillespie, (2006). Health Policy in Ireland. Social Policy in Ireland.

O’Shea, E., in E. O’Dell (ed). (2006) Public policy for dependent older people in Ireland: review and reform. Older People in Modern Ireland: Essays on Law and Policy. Dublin: First Law.

Gannon, B., Layte, R., McGregor, P., Madden, D., Nolan, A. O’Neill, C. and S. Smith (Ed.), (2007). The Provision and Use of Health Services, Health Inequalities and Health and Social Gain.

Carney, G. (2008) Data, anecdote and metaphor in gender equality policy-making: merging intellectual and real world mainstreaming, in Carver, T., Pikalo, J. (eds) Politics, language and metaphor. London: Routledge.

McLean, A., Bergin and Garvey. (2008) Beyond the Institution: Dementia Care and the Promise of the Green House Project, in Jay Sokolovsky, ed., in The Cultural Context of Aging: Worldwide Perspectives, 3rd edition. Westport, CT.

Carney, G. (2008) 'Data, Anecdote and Metaphor in Gender Equality Policy-Making: Merging Intellectual and Real World Mainstreaming' in Carver, T. and Pikalo, J. (eds.) Politics, Language and Metaphor. London: Routledge

Bailey C, Cogan L, Cunningham C, Roberts S (2008) “I fell out of my standing”: Falls narratives and the Language of Ageing - in preparation for book collection of conference papers for 6th International Symposium on Cultural Gerontology Extending Time, Emerging Realities, Imagining Response (LLeida, Spain, October 2008)

O’Shea, E (with C. Twoomey and D. O’ Neill) Age and Ageing in Ireland. (2009) In (Palmore, Kunkel and Whittington eds). The International Handbook on Aging. CT, Greenwood Publishing Group

Scharf, T. (2010) Envejecer en zonas dificiles: perspective desde Inglaterra, Barcelona Metrópolis [Ageing in disadvantaged urban communities: a perspective from England], 80, pp. 70-75.

Scharf, T. (2010) Social policies for ageing societies: perspectives from Europe, in: C. Phillipson & D. Dannefer (eds) Handbook of Social Gerontology (New York/London: Sage) pp. 497-512.

O'Shea, E. (2010) Rural ageing and public policy in Ireland. In J. McDonagh, T. Varley and S. Shorthall (eds). A living Countryside: the politics of sustainable development in rural Ireland. Ashgate.

Shepherd, G., Parsonage, M. & Scharf, T. (2010) Social inclusion: research and evidence-based practice, in: J. Boardman, A. Currie, H. Killaspy & G. Mezey (eds) Social Inclusion and Mental Health (London: Royal College of Psychiatrists) pp. 279-294

Scharf, T. (2011) Loneliness: an urban perspective, in Age Concern Oxfordshire (Ed) Safeguarding the Convoy: A Call to Action from the Campaign to End Loneliness (Oxford: Age Concern Oxfordshire) pp. 31-34.

Bartlam, B., Bernard, M., Liddle, J., Scharf, T. & Sim, J. (2012, in press) Creating home-like places in a purpose-built retirement village in the UK, in: G. Rowles & M. Bernard (eds) Environmental gerontology: making meaningful places in old age (New York: Springer).

Scharf, T. & Keating, N. (eds) (2012) From exclusion to inclusion in old age: a global challenge (Bristol: Policy Press). http://www.policypress.co.uk/display.asp?K=9781847427724&

Ziegler, F. & Scharf, T. (2012, in press) Community-based participatory action research: opportunities and challenges for critical gerontology, in J. Baars, J. Dohmen, A. Grenier & C. Phillipson (eds) Ageing, meaning and social structure: connecting critical and humanistic gerontology (Bristol: Policy Press).

Keating, N. & Scharf, T. (2012) Revisiting social exclusion of older adults, in T. Scharf & N. Keating (eds) From exclusion to inclusion in old age: a global challenge (Bristol: Policy Press) pp. 163-171.

Scharf, T. & Keating, N. (2012) Social exclusion in later life: a global challenge, in T. Scharf & N. Keating (eds) From exclusion to inclusion in old age: a global challenge (Bristol: Policy Press) pp. 1-16.

Keating, N., Scharf, T. (2012) Revisiting social exclusion of older adults, in T. Scharf, N. Keating (eds) From exclusion to inclusion in old age: a global challenge, Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 163-171.

Keating, N. and Scharf, T. (2012) ‘Revisiting social exclusion of older adults’, in T. Scharf and N. Keating (eds) From Exclusion to Inclusion in Old Age: A Global Challenge. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 163-171.

O'Shea, E., Walsh, K. (2013). Transforming long-stay care in Ireland. In: Rowles, Graham and Bernard, Miriam (eds). Environmental Gerontology: Making Meaningful Places in Old Age. Springer Publishing Company.
 

O'Shea, E (2014) 'Ageing, disability and policy' In: Cullinan, J, Lyons, S and Nolan, B. The economics of disability: insights from Irish research. Manchester : Manchester University Press.

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E. & Scharf, T. (2015) Ageing in farm communities in Ireland: changing agricultural resources – changing lives, in:M. Skinner & N. Hanlon (eds) Ageing in resource communities: new frontiers of rural population change, community development and voluntarism, London: Routledge, pp. 59-73.

Scharf, T., Walsh, K., O’Shea, E. (2015). Ageing in Rural Places. In: Mark Shucksmith and David Brown (eds), International Handbook of Rural Studies. Routledge: London & New York.

Kieran Walsh, Gemma Carney, Áine Ní Léime (2015). Ageing through Austerity: Critical Perspectives from Ireland. Bristol: Policy Press.

Scharf, T. & Keating, N. (2015, in press) Exclusion sociale des personnes âgées: concepts, dimensions, facteurs et politiques publiques [Social exclusion in later life: concepts, dimensions, drivers and policy responses], in: J.-P. Viriot Durandal, É. Raymond, T. Moulaert & M. Charpentier (eds) Droits de vieillir et citoyenneté des aînés, Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec.

Ní Léime Á., Connolly, S., ‘Active Ageing: the impact of austerity policies on social participation in later life’ in Carney, G., Walsh, K, Ní Léime Á., (2015) Ageing through austerity: critical perspectives from Ireland, Bristol: Policy Press.

O'Shea, E. Suzanne Cahill and Maria Pierce (2015) 'Reframing policy for dementia' In: Walsh, K., Carney, G., and Ni Leime A. Ageing Through Austerity. Bristol: Policy Press.

Edmondson, R. & Scharf, T. (2015) Rural and urban ageing: contributions of cultural gerontology, in: J. Twigg & W. Martin (eds) Routledge handbook of cultural gerontology. London: Routledge, pp. 412-19.

Ní Léime Á., Duvvury, N. and Callan, A,  ‘Delayed Retirement: Gender, Ageing and Work in Austerity’ in Walsh, K,  Carney, G., Ní Léime Á., (eds) (2015) Ageing through austerity: critical perspectives from Ireland , Bristol: Policy Press.

Walsh, K. (2015). Interrogating the ‘age-friendly community’ in austerity: myths, realties and the influence of place context. In: Kieran Walsh, Gemma Carney, Áine Ní Léime (eds), Ageing through Austerity: Critical Perspectives from Ireland. Bristol: Policy Press.

Scharf, T. (2015) Between inclusion and exclusion in later life: perspectives from Ireland, in: K. Walsh, G. Carney & Á. Ní Léime(eds) Ageing through austerity: critical perspectives on ageing policy in Ireland. Bristol: ThePolicy Press, pp. 115-31.

Walsh, K, Carney, G., Ní Léime Á., 2015, Ageing through austerity: critical perspectives from Ireland, Bristol: Policy Press.

Walsh, K., O’Shea, E., Scharf, T., (2015). Ageing in farm communities in Ireland: changing agricultural resources – changing lives. In: Mark Skinner and Neil Hanlon (eds), Ageing Resource Communities: New Frontiers of Rural Population Change, Community Development and Voluntarism, Routledge: London & New York.

Scharf, T., Walsh, K. & O’Shea, E. (2016, forthcoming) Ageing in rural places, in: M. Shucksmith & D.L. Brown (eds) Internationalhandbook of rural studies. London: Routledge.

Walsh, K., Carney, G., Ní Léime, A. (2015). Introduction – Social policy and ageing through austerity. In: Kieran Walsh, Gemma Carney, Áine Ní Léime (eds), Ageing through Austerity: Critical Perspectives from Ireland. Bristol: Policy Press.

Walsh, K. (in press). Creating, maintaining and losing home: productions of ageing and migration in Ireland. In: Katie Walsh and Lena Näre (eds). Re-thinking Home. Transnational Migration and Older Age. New York and Abingdon: Routledge.