Jolanda Lindenberg is a scientific staff member at Leyden Academy and is researching social networks, group and personal identity within the nursing home setting and in neighbourhood projects. Her contribution to the research programme focuses on social science issues and research methodology in the study of ageing and vitality.
In addition, Jolanda assists various research projects, including elder abuse, the quality of life of the elderly, the perception of the elderly and the measuring instrument ‘Life and Vitality Assessment’. Jolanda is a social-cultural anthropologist and received her PhD from the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Germany.
Perceptions of the elderly in society, elder abuse, quality of life, vital older people, social issues, loneliness, vitality measuring instrument
International media highlights
- Februari 2016, researcht ‘Citizen-centred opportunities: Ambitions of 55+ Europeans in selected countries’
- Juli 2015, British Medical Journal, ‘Talk medicine’ podcast ‘The system can abuse elderly too’
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