NOVA arranges two symposium:
Symposium S88 – Income Levels, Trends and Changes and the Impact on Health Inequalities in Later Life – a Nordic Perspective (Marijke Veenstra).
Symposium S111 – Volunteering in Later Life: Activity, Motivation and Barriers (Thomas Hansen)
Marijke Veenstra: The Role of Subjective Age in Sustaining Health and Wellbeing Over Time. A 15-Year Panel Study on Felt-age and Ideal-age Discrepancies in the Second Half of Life.
Thomas Hansen: Development of Loneliness in Midlife and Old Age: Its Nature and Correlates
Thomas Hansen: Army of volunteers? Middle-aged and older Norwegians’ participation, motivation and willingness to commit to volunteering
Hanna Vangen Nordbø, Marja Aartsen & Katharina Herlofson: How Relationship History and Responsibility Norms Matter for Provision of Care to Parents. A 10-year Follow-up of Middle-aged Daughters and Sons in Norway
Marja Aartsen & Thomas Hansen: Fifteen-year Trajectories of Loneliness in Norwegian Older Adults: A Latent Class Growth Analysis
Per Erik Solem: Component-specific intervention against ageism in working life
Hanna Vangen Nordbø mfl.: The NorLAG study: Life-course, Ageing and Generations in Norway (poster)
Tale Hellevik & Katharina Herlofson: The oldest workers and the importance of earlier work situation and retirement plans. A ten-year follow-up study from Norway (poster)