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POSTPONED: The power of the ‘three effects’: Generational thinking at the crossroads of identity, development and class
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In his new book ‘Generations: Does when you’re born shape who you are?’ Bobby Duffy (King's College London) illustrates the strength of the three effects (period effect, cohort effect and lifecycle effect) in understanding social change. This webinar will focus on the significance of these three effects in understanding changing generational perspectives about polity (identity movements) and development (globalisation, economic liberalisation), and the role of class in it.

The event will be chaired by Murchana Kaushik (Postgraduate Researcher at Queen’s University Belfast and Tezpur University, India) who is currently undertaking fieldwork on political generations in India. Professor Duffy will present his work, which will be followed by a response from Ms. Kaushik on the significance of his work for the Indian context.

The event will run from 10-11am (UK time), 2.30-3.30pm (IST).

The webinar is the second in the ARK Ageing Programme's 'Next Generation Thinking in Research on Ageing’ series.

Sep 14, 2022 10:00 AM in London

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