Cross-disciplinary research methods to study technology use, family, and life course dynamics:

lessons from an action research project on social isolation and loneliness in later life

Barbara Neves, Ron Baecker, Diana Dias de Carvalho, Alexandra Sanders

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationConnecting Families?
Subtitle of host publicationInformation & Communication Technologies, generations, and the life course
EditorsBarbara Barbosa Neves, Cláudia Casimiro
Place of PublicationBristol UK
PublisherPolicy Press
Chapter7
Pages113-131
Number of pages19
ISBN (Electronic)9781447339960
ISBN (Print)9781447339946
Publication statusPublished - 2018
Externally publishedYes

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Neves, B., Baecker, R., Dias de Carvalho, D., & Sanders, A. (2018). Cross-disciplinary research methods to study technology use, family, and life course dynamics: lessons from an action research project on social isolation and loneliness in later life. In B. Barbosa Neves, & C. Casimiro (Eds.), Connecting Families?: Information & Communication Technologies, generations, and the life course (pp. 113-131). Bristol UK: Policy Press.
Neves, Barbara ; Baecker, Ron ; Dias de Carvalho, Diana ; Sanders, Alexandra. / Cross-disciplinary research methods to study technology use, family, and life course dynamics: lessons from an action research project on social isolation and loneliness in later life. Connecting Families?: Information & Communication Technologies, generations, and the life course. editor / Barbara Barbosa Neves ; Cláudia Casimiro. Bristol UK : Policy Press, 2018. pp. 113-131
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Cross-disciplinary research methods to study technology use, family, and life course dynamics: lessons from an action research project on social isolation and loneliness in later life. / Neves, Barbara; Baecker, Ron; Dias de Carvalho, Diana; Sanders, Alexandra.

Connecting Families?: Information & Communication Technologies, generations, and the life course. ed. / Barbara Barbosa Neves; Cláudia Casimiro. Bristol UK : Policy Press, 2018. p. 113-131.

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Neves B, Baecker R, Dias de Carvalho D, Sanders A. Cross-disciplinary research methods to study technology use, family, and life course dynamics: lessons from an action research project on social isolation and loneliness in later life. In Barbosa Neves B, Casimiro C, editors, Connecting Families?: Information & Communication Technologies, generations, and the life course. Bristol UK: Policy Press. 2018. p. 113-131