Index

Sophie Yarker (The University of Manchester, UK)

Creating Spaces for an Ageing Society

ISBN: 978-1-83982-739-6, eISBN: 978-1-83982-738-9

Publication date: 17 November 2021

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Yarker, S. (2021), "Index", Creating Spaces for an Ageing Society, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 131-134. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-83982-738-920211012

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Copyright © 2022 Sophie Yarker. Published under exclusive licence by Emerald Publishing Limited


INDEX

Age of austerity
, 84–85

Age-friendly cities
, 12

Age-friendly communities
, 12, 23, 25

ecosystem of social infrastructure for
, 99–102

infrastructural approach to
, 102–105

Age-friendly programmes
, 21

Ageing populations
, 7–12

Ageing society

addressing loneliness and isolation
, 7–12

age-friendly cities and communities
, 12

ageing populations
, 7–12

infrastructural turn
, 3–6

social connections
, 13

Ageism
, 10

Allotments
, 33, 35–36

Amenities effect
, 106–107

Austerity
, 84–91

urbanism
, 85

Autobiographical insiderness
, 83–84

Barbershops
, 66

Beauty salons
, 66

Bonding capital
, 22–23

Bottom-up governance
, 12

Bridging capital
, 22–23

Cafes
, 67–71

Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA)
, 71

Care Act (2014)
, 40

Christmas markets
, 62

Civil inattention
, 69

Co-production
, 84, 103–104

Coffee shops
, 67–71

Commercial friendships
, 69–70

Commercial services
, 61, 65, 67

Commercial spaces
, 15–16

Commercial venues
, 26–27, 61, 101

eating, drinking and talking
, 67–73

informal and unassuming
, 73–74

retail and commercial services
, 61–67

Commitment
, 12

Community
, 5

centres
, 26–27

choirs in Tasmania
, 50–51

cohesion
, 27, 30, 36, 38, 98

community-building practices
, 5

community-focused networks
, 24

gardens
, 29, 36, 99–100

organisations
, 1, 88–89

spaces
, 15–16

transport
, 58–59

and voluntary sector
, 39–44

Community asset transfers (CATs)
, 86

Community Interest Company (CIC)
, 87

Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
, 2, 4–5, 91, 97

Craft-based groups
, 49–50

Critical infrastructure
, 1

Day Centres
, 41–42

Destination space
, 25

Disinvestment of social infrastructures
, 82

Diversity
, 4, 14, 35, 70, 104

Diversity of social infrastructure
, 26–28

Drinking
, 67–73

Eating
, 67–73

Economic capital
, 21

Educational institutions
, 52–54

Elective affinities
, 62–63

Encounter concept
, 20

Ethics of togetherness
, 20

Everyday encounters
, 77–78

Everyday spaces

everyday encounters
, 77–78

intergenerational connections and relationships
, 75–77

social infrastructures of intergenerational relationships
, 78–79

Exclusion
, 46–47, 83

Face-block community
, 19–20

Faith-based organisations (FBOs)
, 44–47

Farmers markets
, 62

Five Laws of Library Service, The (1931)
, 55

Fleeting engagements
, 20

Formal volunteering
, 43–44

Friendship
, 18–19, 42, 72, 101–102

Gender
, 18, 48, 72–73, 91

Gentrification
, 18, 83

Global Network of Age Friendly Cities (GNAFC)
, 12

Good quality public space
, 32–33, 37

Great Good Places, The (Oldenburg)
, 16

Green space
, 33, 37–38

Group exercise
, 49

Gunnersbury Park in West London
, 87

Hairdressers
, 66

Health
, 8–9, 11–12, 104

Hospitality

sector
, 67

spaces
, 61, 69, 101

Human geographers interventions
, 11

Hybrid spaces
, 25

Ignored communities
, 85–86

Infrastructural approach
, 5, 23–24

Infrastructure. See also Social infrastructure
, 1

infrastructural turn
, 3–6

Interactions
, 18–21

Intercultural relations
, 20

Intergenerational connections and relationships
, 75–77

Intergenerational practice (IGP)
, 76–77

Intergenerational shared sites
, 76–77

Interpersonal situations
, 9

Isolation
, 7–12

Leisure

activities
, 47–52

centres
, 26–27

pursuits
, 47

Libraries
, 100–101

Lockdown
, 91–92

Loneliness
, 7–12

Low-level’ sociability
, 20

Manchester Urban Ageing Research Group (MUARG)
, 94

Markets
, 62–65

Migrant groups
, 46

Minority ethnic groups
, 10, 97

Natural neighbourhood networks
, 25–26

Neighbourhood
, 11–12

in Netherlands
, 83–84

networks
, 24

Neutrality
, 16–17

Non-verbal engagements
, 20

Normative assumption
, 21

Office of National Statistics (ONS)
, 5–6

Online communities
, 95

Organised activity
, 26–27, 39, 44

community and voluntary sector
, 39–44

leisure activities
, 47–52

public services and institutions
, 52–59

religious organisations
, 44–47

space
, 59–60

Outside venues
, 26–27, 29

Parks
, 1–2, 5, 34–35, 105, 108–109

Personal care services
, 66

Personal communities
, 24, 40–41

Personal services
, 65–67

Places
, 11–12, 16, 18, 79

of worship
, 26–27

Population ageing
, 7

Post-pandemic infrastructures
, 105–109

Public institutions
, 1

Public investment
, 81–82

Public libraries
, 54, 56, 78–79, 87–88

Public services
, 15–16

and institutions
, 26–27, 52, 59

Public spaces
, 15–16, 29, 33, 38

Public transport
, 56–59

Pubs
, 71–73

Pure sociability
, 19

Qualitative methodologies
, 2–3

Qualitative studies
, 42–43

Quality of life
, 6, 8–9, 11–12

Racism
, 10

Regulars
, 71–72

Relationships

of chance
, 24

of proximity
, 24

of service
, 24

Religious buildings
, 44–45

Religious organisations
, 44–47

Restaurants
, 67–71

Retail services
, 61–67

Rural communities
, 11, 72

Schools
, 52, 54, 100–101

Security
, 21, 32, 87

Semi-private space
, 108–109

Semi-public spaces
, 25

Shared feelings
, 20

Shop assistants
, 17–18

Sociability
, 19

Social bridges
, 22–23

Social capital
, 5, 13, 21–23, 25–26

Social cohesion
, 5

Social connections
, 7, 12–13, 16, 18–20, 22–24, 26–27

Social distancing measures
, 93

Social economy
, 1

Social glue
, 22–23

Social infrastructure
, 1–2, 4–6, 15, 29, 81, 99

and age-friendly communities
, 23–25

austerity
, 84–91

conceptual framework of
, 15–23

coronavirus pandemic
, 91–97

diversity of
, 26–28

interactions
, 18–21

of intergenerational relationships
, 78–79

places
, 16–18

social capital
, 21–23

uneven geography
, 97–98

urban development and regeneration
, 82–84

Social interaction
, 18–19

in workplace
, 18

Social isolation
, 8

Social levellers
, 62–63

Social networks
, 5, 96

Social policy
, 22–23

Social sciences
, 2–3

Social skills
, 2–3

Social structures
, 9

Social surplus
, 20

Soft skills
, 2–3

Spaces. See also Everyday spaces
, 25, 59–60

of everyday interactions
, 73–74

Gardner’s typology of
, 25–26

Specialist food markets
, 62

Squeezed household budgets
, 85–86

Taking Part (2018)
, 55

Talking
, 67–73

Technological networks
, 15–16

Third place
, 16–17, 53, 108–109

Third sector. See Community and voluntary sector

Three-tier model
, 57

Toilet facilities
, 65

Top-down governance
, 12

Traders
, 63–64

Traditional markets
, 62

Transitions
, 9

Transitory zones
, 25

Urban change
, 18

Urban development and regeneration
, 82–84

Urban regeneration
, 82–84

Vitamin model
, 22–23

Volunteering
, 42–44

Volunteers in public libraries
, 87–88

Weak ties
, 22–23, 63–64, 101–102

World Health Organisation (WHO)
, 12