Senex | II. Congress of Aging Studies for Graduate Students will give place to for presentations under the titles listed below:

 

Abstract submissions should be prepared in 12 pt Times New Roman. On the paper sized A4, margins should be as follows: Left: 3 cm, Right: 3 cm, Top: 2 cm, Bottom: 2 cm. The title should be concise and clear and up to 30 words. The abstracts are limited to 150 to 300 words. You may use this link for the abstract template. The names and addresses of all the authors should be stated as in the sample template. It is definitely necessary to write the CODE number of the subject picked for the abstract submission. Otherwise, the abstracts will not be taken into consideration.

 

Abstracts that encompass any of the following themes may be sent to senexkongre@gmail.com

 

Themes

Code Themes
SNX01 Ageism
SNX02 Family
SNX03 Active Aging
SNX04 Alternative Medicine
SNX05 Discrimination
SNX06 Nutrition
SNX07 Sexuality
SNX08 Conflict
SNX09 Solidarity
SNX10 Dementia/Alzheimer
SNX11 Language
SNX12 Religion and Belief
SNX13 Literature
SNX14 Retirement
SNX15 Disability
SNX16 Accessibility
SNX17 Ethic
SNX18 Ethnicity
SNX19 Migration
SNX20 Everyday Life
SNX21 Law
SNX22 Communication and New Media
SNX23 Employment
SNX24 Participation
SNX25 Urbanization
SNX26 Rural Aging
SNX27 Intergenerational Relations
SNX28 Global Aging
SNX29 Game
SNX30 Health and Care
SNX31 Art
SNX32 Leisure Time
SNX33 Class
SNX34 Civic Engagement
SNX35 Politics
SNX36 Social Security
SNX37 Social Rights
SNX38 Social Movements
SNX39 Social Inclusion
SNX40 Social Policy
SNX41 Social Capital
SNX42 Life History
SNX43 Sport
SNX44 Technology
SNX45 Gender
SNX46 Collective Memory
SNX47 Design
SNX48 Trauma and Crisis
SNX49 Consumption
SNX50 Transportation
SNX51 Longevity
SNX52 Age Friendly Environment
SNX53 Lifelong Learning
SNX54 Quality of Life
SNX55 Life Satisfaction
SNX56 Aging in Place

 

The themes found above are inclusive of fields and the participation of scientists, researchers and stakeholders working in areas such as sociology, psychology, gerontology, architecture, city planning, fine arts, women’s studies, statistics, geography, anthropology, economics, labor economics, law, communication studies, educational sciences, medicine and similar fields.