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Gerontology Research Speaker Series

Aging in Prison: A Phenomenological Study of Long-Term Inmates in Indiana


Aging is a complex process regardless of the environment in which a person lives. However, prison can create extra challenges for inmates as they struggle to define and make sense of the aging process while incarcerated. This qualitative study examined how long-term inmates negotiate the concepts of time, chronological age, and purpose while in prison.

Jacquelyn Frank, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor and Coordinator
Gerontology MA Program
Family and Consumer Sciences
Eastern Illinois University

Thursday, November 08, 2012
07:15 PM - 08:30 PM

Cost:
Free

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Blair Hall (Room 1165)
IL

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