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Life course frameworks recognise that human experience does not fit into neat, separate stages (childhood and school; adulthood and work/parenting; old age and retirement). Real lives are less predictable, particularly in settings of poverty and under-development, and involve complex transitions and trajectories. Life course frameworks also recognise that early life experiences can significantly influence what happens to us when we are older.
Research in DEV seeks to understand real-world life course dynamics, in order to identify key problems, as well as appropriate policies and interventions. Our work draws on and combines conceptual frameworks from epidemiology, sociology and other disciplines, and falls into the three key research areas.
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- School of International Development - Professor of Development Research and Evaluation
- Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research
- Gender and Development - Member
- Impact Evaluation - Member
- Life Course, Migration and Wellbeing - Member
Person: Research Group Member, Academic, Teaching & Research
Meeting the SDGs: creating innovative infrastructures and policy solutions to support sustainable development in Global South communities (GS-DEV).
1/10/19 → 30/09/21
Coastal transformations and fisher wellbeing - synthesized perspectives from India and Europe (EQUIP)
Menon, A., Abranches, M., Rao, N., Taylor, B., White, C., Dhandapani, B., Natesan, B., Proisy, C., Gowrappan, M., Bautes, N., Dhandapani, S., Bofulin, M., Rogelja, N., Inamdar, A., Parthasarathy, D., Finstad, B., Bavinck, J. & Paudel, K.
1/01/19 → 30/06/22
Improving the effectiveness and efficiency of Health and social care services for vulnerable Older Brazilians (IHOB).
Lloyd-Sherlock, P., Billings, J. & Giacomin, K.
1/04/18 → 1/10/21
Lloyd-Sherlock, P., Muljono, P. & Ebrahim, S., 2 Feb 2021, In : BMJ. 372, n299.
Research output: Contribution to journal › LetterOpen AccessFile2 Citations (Scopus)3 Downloads (Pure)
A new class alliance in the Indian countryside? From new farmers’ movements to the 2020 protest wavePattenden, J. & Bansal, G., 5 Jul 2021, In : Economic and Political Weekly. 56, 26-27
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Contract Farming, Ecological Change and the Transformations of Reciprocal Gendered Social Relations in Eastern IndiaMitra, A. & Rao, N., 2021, In : The Journal of Peasant Studies. 48, 2, p. 436-457 22 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › ArticleOpen AccessFile3 Citations (Scopus)37 Downloads (Pure)
The 10/66 INDEP mixed methods study of the economic and social impact (at household level) of residing with a care dependent older person in China, Mexico, Peru and Nigeria
Prince, M. (Creator), Lloyd-Sherlock, P. (Creator), Guerra, M. (Creator), Huang, Y. (Creator), Sosa, A. L. (Creator), Uwakwe, R. (Creator), Gallardo, S. (Creator), de Oca, V. M. (Creator), Wang, H. (Creator), Ezeah, P. (Creator) & Mayston, R. (Creator), UK Data Service, 9 Dec 2016