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Luciana Lolich
Luciana Lolich
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“These devices have not been made for older people's needs”–Older adults' perceptions of digital technologies in Finland and Ireland
J Pirhonen, L Lolich, K Tuominen, O Jolanki, V Timonen
Technology in Society 62, 101287, 2020
1302020
… and the market created the student to its image and likening. Neo-liberal governmentality and its effects on higher education in Ireland
L Lolich
Irish Educational Studies 30 (2), 271-284, 2011
632011
Embracing technology? Health and Social Care professionals' attitudes to the deployment of e-Health initiatives in elder care services in Catalonia and Ireland
L Lolich, I Riccò, B Deusdad, V Timonen
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 147, 63-71, 2019
382019
“Time is more important than anything else”: tensions of time in the home care of older adults in Ireland
A McDonald, L Lolich, V Timonen, A Warters
International journal of care and caring 3 (4), 501-515, 2019
282019
Aligning the market and affective self: Care and student resistance to entrepreneurial subjectivities
L Lolich, K Lynch
Neoliberalism, gender and education work, 115-131, 2019
262019
“The poor carer”: Ambivalent social construction of the home care worker in elder care services
V Timonen, L Lolich
Journal of Gerontological Social Work 62 (7), 728-748, 2019
262019
The affective imaginary: Students as affective consumers of risk
L Lolich, K Lynch
Higher Education Research & Development 35 (1), 17-30, 2016
252016
No choice without care: palliative care as a relational matter, the case of Ireland
L Lolich, K Lynch
Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal 100 (4), 353-374, 2017
182017
The prioritisation of choice in eldercare: the case of Ireland
L Lolich
International Journal of Care and Caring 3 (4), 517-530, 2019
102019
Technology in the home care of older people: Views from Finland and Ireland
L Lolich, J Pirhonen, T Turja, V Timonen
Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology 37 (2), 181-200, 2022
72022
Dependency as status: Older adults’ presentations of self as recipients of care
V Timonen, L Lolich
SAGE Open 10 (4), 2158244020963590, 2020
72020
The Commodification of Care: a Critical Exploration of the Marketing Mix for Domiciliary Care at the End-of-Life
L Lolich
DBS Business Review 1, 2017
52017
Fortunate and fearful: emotions evoked by home-care policies for older people in Ireland
L Lolich, V Timonen
Emotions and Society 2 (1), 61-78, 2020
42020
Digitalisation of Public Services as a Challenge to Social Justice
L Lolich, V Timonen
Solidarity and Social Justice in Contemporary Societies: An …, 2022
32022
‘If I get a good job you could say that it was worthwhile’: students’ views on higher education as a risk investment
L Lolich
Irish Educational Studies 41 (2), 295-312, 2022
32022
What Matters to Students in the Enterprise University?: Students' Subjectivities in a Smart Economy
L Lolich
University College Dublin, 2014
32014
An examination of social media use and the FA Women’s Super League: The challenges of going professional
AM Carragher, L Lolich
DBS Business Review 4, 2021
22021
The ageing entrepreneur: Co-opting older adults into the siliconization of care
L Lolich, V Timonen
Critical perspectives to digital transformations in the care of older people …, 2021
22021
Technology for care and living: Making sense of care technologies through a critical perspective
L Lolich, V Timonen
Research handbook of social care policy, 2023
12023
Confiando en nuestras emociones: la prestación de servicios domiciliarios para ancianos en Irlanda
L Lolich
VULNERABILIDAD, POBREZA Y POLÍTICAS SOCIALES ABANICO DE SENTIDOS EN AMÉRICA …, 2020
12020
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