2015

2015

Baines, Donna. Neoliberalism and the convergence of nonprofit care work in Canada. Competition & Change. Volume 19, Issue 3, pp 194-209.

Baines, Donna and Daly, Tamara. Resisting Regulatory Rigidities: Lessons from Front-Line Care Work. Studies in Political Economy 95, Regulating Care, pp 137-160.

Banerjee, Albert and Armstrong, Pat . Centring Care: Explaining Regulatory Tensions in Residential Care for Older Persons. Studies in Political Economy 95, Regulating Care, pp 7-28.

Banerjee, Albert; Armstrong, Pat; Daly, Tamara; Armstrong, Hugh and Braedley, Susan. ‘”Careworkers Don’t Have a Voice:”Epistemological Violence in Residential Care for Older People. Journal of Aging Studies. Volume 33, pp 28-36.

Braedley, Susan and Martel, Gillian. Dreaming of Home:Long-Term Residential Care and (IN) Equities by Design. Studies in Political Economy 95, Regulating Care, pp 59-81.

Chivers, Sally and Adams, Annmarie. Architecture and Aging: The Depiction of Home in Sarah Polley’s Away From Her. Age, Culture, Humanities. Issue 2, online.

Daly, Tamara. Dancing the Two-step in Ontario’s Long-Term Care Sector: Deterrence Regulation=Consolidation (1940 – 2013). Studies in Political Economy 95, Regulating Care, pp 29-58.

Daly, Tamara;  Armstrong, Pat and Lowndes, Ruth. Liminality in Ontario’s long-term care facilities: Private companions’ care work in the space ‘betwixt and between.’ Competition & Change. Volume 19, Issue 3, pp 246–263.
Access a research summary for this article – Inside Ontario’s Long-term Care: Where do Privately Paid Companions Fit?

Doupe, Malcolm; McGregor, Margaret and Sivananthan, Saskia. Exploring the Ecology of Publicly Funded Residential Long-term Care Bed Supply in Canada. Canadian Journal on Aging. Volume 34, Issue 1, pp 60-74.

Jacobsen, Frode. Understanding public elderly care policy in Norway: A narrative analysis of governmental White papers, Journal of Aging Studies. Volume 34, pp 199-205.

Lowndes, Ruth; Armstrong, Pat and Daly, Tamara. The Meaning of “Dining”: The Social Organization of Food in Long-term Care. Food Studies Interdisciplinary Journal. Volume 4, Issue 1, pp 19-34.

MacDonald, Martha. Regulating Individual Charges for Long-Term Residential Care in Canada. Studies in Political Economy 95, Regulating Care, pp 83-114.