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2016 | Vol. 9, no. 4 | 21--31
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Senior cohousing in cross-cutting research

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This paper concerns the issues of senior cohousing with a particular emphasis on the residents’ gender. Senior cohousing is an alternative way of living for older people in the 21th century. It is referred to as a community or cooperative, which is created by people aged 50+, who have already retired and those professionally active, who, for various reasons, want to live with people with similar views and co-decide about what their living environment looks like. Literature review shows the slight scope of the conducted studies on senior cohousing, in particular with regard to gender. The research methodology in this paper is based on the literature analysis, review of the current literature and own experiences from the participation in a workshops about cohousing, as well as experiences from the study visits in cohousing groups in the US and UK. The author of this paper has used the historical-interpretative method in the conducted studies, what resulted in the identification of the gender and age “lens” over the years in senior cohousing. This knowledge can be used in the future as the base to carry out the empirical research on concrete examples of the cohousing building.
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Artykuł dotyczy problematyki cohousingu seniorlanego ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem płci mieszkańców. Cohousing senioralny, to alternatywny sposób zamieszkania dla osób starszych w XXI wieku. Nazywany także wspólnotą lub kooperatywą, tworzą go osoby w wieku 50+, które przeszły na emeryturę, ale także aktywne zawodowo, które z różnych przyczyn chcą zamieszkać z osobami o podobnych poglądach i współdecydować o tym jak będzie wyglądało ich środowisko życia. Przegląd literatury wskazuje niewielki zakres prowadzonych badań na temat cohousingu senioralnego, w szczególności z uwzględnieniem kryterium płci. Metodyka badań oparta została o analizę literaturową, przegląd aktualnego piśmiennictwa oraz własne doświadczenia z udziału w cyklu warsztatów nt. cohousingu oraz z wizyt studyjnych w grupach cohousingowych w Stanach Zjednoczoanych i Wielkiej Brytanii. Autorka niniejszego artykułu posłużyła się metodą historyczno-interpretacyjną, których rezultatem jest zidentyfikowanie “soczewek” płci i wieku na przestrzeni lat w cohousingu senioralnym. Wiedza ta może posłużyć w przyszłości jako podłoże do przeprowadzenia badań empirycznych na konkretnych przykładach zabudowy cohousingowej.
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  • Faculty of Architecture, The Silesian University of Technology, Akademicka 7, 44-100, Gliwice, Poland, agnieszka.labus@polsl.pl
Bibliografia
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Uwagi
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Opracowanie ze środków MNiSW w ramach umowy 812/P-DUN/2016 na działalność upowszechniającą naukę (zadania 2017).
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